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Jeff Richards
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      12th Aug 2009
Are you referring to viewing the Temporary Internet Files folder from
Explorer?

If so, look in Internet Explorer \ Tools \ Internet Options. The location is
listed in the Browsing History - Settings dialog.

You might have to un-hide protected operating system files, depending on
your default settings.
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> I remember that I was able to see icons and pages and Pict's from a
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      17th Sep 2009
I too am looking for my Temporary Internet Files folder. I'm able to view
the folder location, path, and contents, via Internet Options on the Tools
menu, however, when I right-click on the Start button and choose Explore,
that folder is not available. Can you tell me how to view this folder using
the Explore option
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"Jeff Richards" wrote:

> Are you referring to viewing the Temporary Internet Files folder from
> Explorer?
>
> If so, look in Internet Explorer \ Tools \ Internet Options. The location is
> listed in the Browsing History - Settings dialog.
>
> You might have to un-hide protected operating system files, depending on
> your default settings.
> --
> Jeff Richards
> MS MVP (Windows - Shell/User)
> "venom762" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> > I remember that I was able to see icons and pages and Pict's from a
> > folder in vista but for the life of I can not remember how I got to it.
> >
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> > venom762

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Bob
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      22nd Nov 2009
Jeff,

I'm sorry, yes, I am referring to the Temporary Internet files folder. In
the Internet Explorer/Tools/Internet Options/Browsing History/Settings/View
files options, I can view the address of the folder I'm lookong for as
"Users\Bob\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files",
however, when I go to look for this folder using "Start/Explore", it doesn't
show up even though I have the "view hidden files and folders" checked off in
the Tools/Folder Options/View screen. Why doesn't this folder show?

Bob
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"Jeff Richards" wrote:

> Are you referring to viewing the Temporary Internet Files folder from
> Explorer?
>
> If so, look in Internet Explorer \ Tools \ Internet Options. The location is
> listed in the Browsing History - Settings dialog.
>
> You might have to un-hide protected operating system files, depending on
> your default settings.
> --
> Jeff Richards
> MS MVP (Windows - Shell/User)
> "venom762" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> news:(E-Mail Removed)...
> >
> > I remember that I was able to see icons and pages and Pict's from a
> > folder in vista but for the life of I can not remember how I got to it.
> >
> >
> > --
> > venom762

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