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Temporary file storage

I have acer 1470z laptop. when I open any website, the images on that website automatically store and save in my laptop. so I want that these files automatically delete from my notebook. please help me.

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Hi open the explorer properties and check the settings for storing offline contents . Also there delete cookies which might be doing this intentionally . You could use Antispyware to do this .

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I suggest you capture a image and give it a filename you can remember and save it. If you cannot see the file location where this image is saved to, then click on Start - Search and search on the filename of the image file you have just saved and the Search will display the location of the image file. This location will also where your other image files are stored.

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How to save Adobe Flash files in Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer


1. Saving Flash files from Firefox
Method # 1
a. Click Tools - Page Info
b. Click the Media Tab on the Page Info Windows
c. The media tab has a complete list (with preview) of images, CSS Files and Shockwave Flash files that were downloaded by the Firefox browser while rendering (loading) the page.
d. Scroll down the list and locate the swf file.
e. Click the "Save As" button. Select some directory on your hard drive and save the file (No need for a third-party plug-in)
Method # 2
a. Type about:blank in the Firefox address bar
b. Now click List cache entries or directly type about:cache?device=disk (Disk cache device)
c. Press Ctrl+F and try to location the flash file by typing some part of website URL or the flash file name or just .swf. After some hit and trial, you should be able to locate the swf file URL
d. Click the SWF URL to open the Cache Entry Information page. Right click on the link and choose "Save link as"


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2.now the second one if u want to download from opera and IE(intrnet explorr)

a. Click Tools - Internet Options
b. In the General Tab, click the Settings button available in the Temporary Internet Files group.
c. Click View Files to open your Temporary Internet Files folder. Depending upon your IE settings, the Temp. folder can contain tens of thousands of files.

d. Click View - Details. Now click View - Arrange Icons By - Internet Address. Depending upon the webpage, there could one or more Flash files (Shockwave Flash Object) under the Inernet Address.

e. Once you find the right flash file, right-click and choose Copy. Then paste the swf file in any other directory. Be sure to
keep the page and IE open to avoid purging of the cache file.


Method # 2
1. Get a download accelerator like Flashget and tell it to automatically download the shockwave extention (*.swf)
2. Or download a free IE plug-in for saving flash files.




3. How to save Flash files from Opera browser
Just like IE, Opera stores the flash files in the browser cache.

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The ram is basically the speed memory, any programs open are saved to the ram while in use, the more ram the more things can run. Hope this helps :)

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Every time i open my yahoo mail,my yahoo I.D and password always appears.How can i take it off?I did everything but it kept on appearing.They can access on my email ad. all they had to do is click the...


What is the IE Version?

You can try clearing Saved Passwaords in IE. Follow the steps below (Generic)

Internet Explorer 6
Click on Tools
Choose Internet Options.
Click on Content Tab.
Click on Clear password option.

Internet Explorer 8 To remove a stored password or other stored information in Internet Explorer 8:
  1. From the Tools menu, select Internet Options.

  2. On the General tab, under "Browsing history", click Delete... .

  3. Check the item(s) you want to delete:

    • Temporary Internet files (copies of web pages, images, and media that are saved for faster viewing)
    • Cookies
    • History (the lists of web sites you have visited)
    • Form data (saved information you have typed into forms)
    • Passwords
    • InPrivate Filtering data (saved data used by InPrivate Filtering to detect where web sites may be automatically sharing details about your visit)
    To delete everything, uncheck Preserve Favorites website data and check all the other options.
  4. Click Delete.
Internet Explorer 7 To remove a stored password or other stored information in Internet Explorer 7:
  1. From the Tools menu, select Internet Options.

  2. On the General tab, under Browsing history, click Delete... . You now have several options:

    • To delete temporary Internet files (copies of web pages, images, and media that are saved for faster viewing), click Delete files... .
    • To delete cookies, click Delete cookies... .
    • To delete the history (the lists of web sites you have visited), click Delete history... .
    • To delete form data (saved information that you have typed into forms), click Delete forms... .
    • To delete passwords, click Delete passwords... .
    • To delete all of the above, click Delete all... .

  3. Click OK twice.

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How does download work?


A download is when you retrieve a file from an external storage location. This could be a local drive you have or from a provider via a website. Typical downloads are those that are music files, drivers for devices, and documents. There are also voluntary and involuntary downloads. Voluntary is when you choose to add a driver or document to your device. Involuntary is when a cookie or other file is added to allow functionality of a program or website. Usually to download any of the above (except involuntary) you will be given a DOWNLOAD button to click on or otherwise choose. If operating a Windows based operating system you will be asked to SAVE or RUN the file. Saving the file places a copy on your computer to be opened, ran, etc. at a later time. Choosing RUN places a copy of the file in a temporary location on your PC and then executes the action such as installation of a program. When the installation is done if you chose RUN then the temporary file is automatically deleted. If you chose SAVE then even when you execute the file action the file stays on your computer. Be careful of what you download and the source of the file. Some downloads contain virus or other malware that will negatively affect your computer. If you utilize virus software the best option is to SAVE the file and then scan it via the antivirus software prior to executing the action. Final comment... Limewire, Youtube, Bittorrent etc are notorious for INFECTED downloads... you should be very cautious if you use these sites. Manufacturer sites like HP, Dell, Apple and sites like CNET are safe bets for files and drivers.

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C drive full unable to download.


Hi!

When you download something, point the storage to the disk you want to store on.
For exampel, you click on something you want to save/download, you been asked what you want to do with that file, select save and select where to save it and save it on one of the other two disks you have.

If you using a bittorent tool to download you do the same thing in the settings on that tool, change the directory of storage to one of the other two disks you have.

Feel free to ask if you dont understand

Good luck
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Webcam image storage


No it doesn't. There is a button on your webcam that will store the image when it is pressed but it will let you know that an image is being saved. try looking in My Documents > My Pictures this is mostly the default spot where images are stored. look also in My Documents > My Videos this were this is mostly the default spot where videos are stored.

Do a disk cleanup if your running out of space.

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You can redirect all your data to be saved into drive D and even downloads. Please look for the preferences of all your application software (can be seen in tools, option, change the default drive in Save In menu). Now, to free some space delete all temporary files from Start, All Programs, Accessories, System Tools, Disk Cleanup. Hope this gives you an idea.

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