Going down the list here:
I can't move the Temp folder from the folder with the pc name
Windows uses the temp file for dynamically generated configuration files; applications also use it for temp memory. For instance, when you open a document, you are not working on the actual document, but rather a working copy. The "working" copy for many apps tend to be found in the temp folder.
Also now some sites won't even load all the way (for example espn, sportsline, menshealth forums,
You need to be a bit more specific about what you mean by "Won't load all of the way". What parts of those pages do not load?
If I set cookie control to off everything is fine.
DISCLAIMER** This is an oversimplification of the process, but should help you understand what is happening.**
So that simply means that your system settings are set to the point where it does not allow cookies to be written. In IE, if cookie control is set to medium, then any cookies that contain personally identifiable information can not be, for the sake of simplicity, altered. When you successfully log in to your email, it sends you on to the next page. The next page checks your cookie to see if you are a valid user. Since the cookie can not be altered (because it contains personally identifiable information), it can not alter the cvookie to say that you are a valid user. Hence, it will log you back out. This is perfectly normal activity. You can set IE to accept cookies from specific web sites so that your email will work.
Crank your security settings back to minimum if you want it back the way it was.
Also my pc randomly rebooted twice today and I lost all my firefox bookmarks and zonealarm settings disappeared
What were you doing right before that? Did it give any warnings that it was going to reboot? Have you been tinkering with any of the hardware? I can't think of any malware that will cause a system to just reboot (without some sort of warning). That sounds more like hardware.
The problem here is that you have too many people giving too much advice. It's not bad advice, but I think you need to slow down a bit and do one thing at a time instead of just following suggestions willy-nilly. All that does is causes more problems because one problem compounds another.
Best of luck.
EDIT: As far as bumping your threads, please don't. You have given us no new information, so nobody has anything new to tell you. When someone has time to help, they will.