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Windows® 7 Visual™ Quick Tips by Paul McFedries

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7.9. Always Check for Newer Versions of Web Pages

You can ensure that you are always seeing the most up-to-date version of each Web page by configuring Internet Explorer to always check for newer versions of its stored pages.

In the same way that a disk cache stores frequently used data for faster performance, Internet Explorer also keeps a cache of files from Web pages you have visited recently. This cache is a special folder called Temporary Internet Files. When you visit a page, Internet Explorer stores copies of the Web page code, images, and other media in Temporary

Internet Files. Internet Explorer then uses these saved files to display that Web page quickly the next time you surf to the page or if you view the page while you are offline. ...

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