Many people know that getting rid of temporary files is one of the quickest ways to speed up your computer. If that's the case, why are they there in the first place?
In the early days of the Internet, most people connected to the web using slow dial-up connections, so browser software would save a copy of every page you visited, including every picture and graphic on the page, so that the next time you visited the page, it didn't need to re-download them. It was a simple solution to a problem and it made the computer seem faster. What could go wrong?
The trouble is, browser software took a percentage of the drive to allocate to storing these "Temporary Files", and as drives got bigger, the number of temporary files increased dramatically. As Internet connections got faste... [More]
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