Re: Temporary Internet Folder
"Avatarian" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Using Windows 7, with IE8 I'm having problems accessing the complete
> Temporary Internet Folder.
> (Path: Tools-Internet Options-Settings(Browsing History)-View Files)
> All I'm seeing are cookies and icons...no videos. In Win XP, the Temp
> Internet Folder stores everything, including videos.
> I have also checked the default location:
> C\Users\MyName\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Tem porary Internet Files\..
> with the same end result, cookies and icons...no media.
> Now before anyone asks why I want this, let me quote the header under
> "Temporary Internet Files: Internet Explorer stores copies of webpages,
> images, and media for faster viewing later."
That's right. That's the way it works in XP, even in IE8 but not in Vista
or W7. The TIF does store them but the TIF viewer may not show them.
> This has always been an incredibly useful feature of Internet Explorer for
> me, and I would be extremely grateful if
> someone could tell me how find the "complete" Temporary Internet Folder.
You can copy the path to the TIF in the Address bar and build a chdir
command in a cmd window. E.g. press Alt-d, Ctrl-c in your TIF Viewer, then
switch to a cmd window and type: cd /d (plus a space) then right-click,
Paste and press Enter. Then enter a command pipeline, like:
dir/a/s | find "2010-02-24 1" | sort | more
(depending on the format of your short-date and how much detail you want.)
Unfortunately, that only finds the stored file names. In order to find
more, such as the URL it came from, you would need to open the appropriate
index.dat in Notepad and find the stored file name.
Another change in reduced functionality and usability due to