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Hotmail.comHello, I would like to be able to find the temperary files and folders that go into my computer automaticly when I browse online.My computer is running very slow and I want it speeded up so if you have any ideas for that I would appreciate it.Thank you June

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If it's slow on the internet only, you can just delete the Temp Files

If your using Internet Explorer 7 or 8..
- On upper right corner of IE, click Tools or Push ALT and T keys
- Select INTERNET OPTIONS
- Under GENERAL TAB, click Delete
- Click Delete ALL or check all applicable boxes then delete

if your using Firefox
- Click Tools
- Click Clear recent history
- Click on Details, check everything
- on drop down, select EVERYTHING
- then click CLEAR NOW button

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Hi June here is how you clear the temp file folder on your pc please do this as i say do not take short cuts as you will not get to the correct temp folder.. go to my computer then double click C drive then double click documents and settings then double click on the folder that has the name of your computer on it then double click local settings then double click temporary internet files then in top left corner click edit then click select all then next to edit click file then click on delete then you will have all the internet temp files deleted, i also would suggest getting a very good program called CCleaner this will remove all the junk built up in the registry which is actually the thing that slows pc's down allot, i use it myself and i have found it to be the very best of any pc cleaner about as it does not delete important files from your pc that you do not know what they are about like some other pc cleaners, you can download it from this trusted site http://download.cnet.com/ccleaner/
hope this helps please rate and vote thanks


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You can speed up your computer by:

-- cleaning system junk
-- optimizing computer services
-- optimizing internet
-- repairing registry
-- defraging registry
-- clearing browsers junk

do these things with some secure tool such as Intel Software Partner Reginout.

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