Temporary Internet Files can accumulate on your computer and take up valuable disk space. In this article, we’ll guide you on how to delete temporary internet files using two methods: through your web browser and via the control panel in Windows. In this knowledge article will review both methods. Hopefully give you an understanding of what to look for and how to execute the procedure.
Removing Files Via Your Browser
The first method we will review on this topic is Deleting Temporary Internet Files through Your Web Browser.
- Firstly open your web browser and access the settings menu.
- Find the browsing history settings.
- Look for the option to clear browsing data or cache.
- Select the temporary internet files or cache to delete. Finally click on the clear or delete button to remove the files.
Removing Files Via Your Control Panel
Secondly we will review on this topic involves Deleting Temporary Internet Files via the Microsoft Windows Control Panel. Please click on the link to learn more about the Microsoft Windows control panel
- Firstly open the Control Panel from the Start menu.
- Search for Internet Options or Internet Properties.
- In the General tab, click on the Delete button for browsing history.
- Check the box next to temporary internet files or cache. Finally click on the delete or OK button to remove the selected files.
Occasionally clearing these files will free up disk space and enhance your browsing experience. Remember to perform this maintenance periodically to optimize your system. If you need assistance with this topic our Computer Helpdesk Support Service team is available to assist. We are available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week for customers with active subscriptions. We want you to realize that we can start an interactive support session with you to view your screen. Particularly the Support Technician can able to show you how to clear and file or we can take control and clear them for you.