Move Internet Explorers Temporary Files To A Different Drive

Q. I have two hard disks in my computer and I reserve the D: drive exclusively for files I back up. However, my Internet Explorer (IE) is defaulted to place all its temporary files on that drive. Is there a way to make IE save its files to C:?

A. Fortunately, Internet Explorer has a built-in option to do that. Go to Tools, Internet Options and click on the General tab (see screenshot).

In the middle of the screen, under Temporary Internet files , click on Settings to bring up this screen:

Now click on Move Folder and select the drive from the choices offered.

Th-th-th-that’s all folks! That’s all there is to it.


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