Temporary Internet Files

Temporary Internet Files

Definition

Also referred to as cache files, temporary internet files contain multimedia content and website code downloaded from websites visited by the computer’s user. Temporary internet files are saved by the computer into local cache folders every time the user visits a website. Temporary internet files allow the computer to load websites more quickly on subsequent visits because only new or changed content needs to be downloaded.

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