All this picture searching also results in a slow PC. Tons of material ends up in my cached folder. So I was wondering: can I block all access to Temporary Internet Files the same way I blocked all the cookies? I really don't need a copy of each and every site I go to. I sometimes feel that I store a copy of half the Internet in my cache. I sometimes visit almost a 1000 sites a day - sites that I don't intend to visit again. And images have big file sizes more often that not. They sit in my cache even though I have no use for them. I just visited the site. Also it is a pain in the behind when you land on a big site. Some blogs have hundreds of posts on one long page. IE takes forever to download such a big blog to Temporary Internet Files. It would make life easier if I didn't have to drag all this useless material around. And the malware hidden in it.
So: how can I disable IE's cache function in XP Home? Is there a way?
Edited by ePost, 04 January 2009 - 12:56 PM.