Windows Internet Explorer saves temporary Internet files which serves as a cache on the PC's data drive so that previously open website pages viewing will become faster.
Here’s how to view or delete these temporary files.
About Temporary Internet Files
Temporary Internet Files are copies of website information, images and media that are save for speeding up loading of web pages.
To view temporary Internet files
Open Internet Explorer, click the Tools button, and then Internet options.
Once Internet properties windows open, At the General tab, under Browsing history group, click Settings.
In the Settings dialog window and current location group, click the View files button.
To delete temporary Internet files
If you want to free and saves more space, caching more data is not good. Periodically freeing up these spaces by deleting Temporary internet files is recommended.
Click to open Internet Explorer, Go to the Tools button, and then click Internet options or use the Run Window (Win+R), and type “inetcpl.cpl”.
Under the General tab, and Browsing history group, click Delete button.
In the Delete Browsing History window, select to check Temporary Internet files, click Delete button, and then OK.
That’s it! Keep on reading!