17 years ago
Please forgive another OT, but here's my question:
I pretty regularly empty my temp folders and my temporary internet files
But today after finding that my AV software (AVG), which updates and runs
every night, found a virus which it promptly deleted.
OK, so I ran my AVG again this morning just to be sure, and was watching
while it was going and it was going trough a mess-o-stuff in C:\Documents
and Settings\Muggs\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files.
I thought that's weird, I know I usually delete all that. So I go to Windows
Explorer and click down the tree to Temporary Internet Files and it's
"empty", so I RMB and click on properties and lo and behold there's 730MB of
crap in there!!!???
Sooo, my question is; Why does it not show up in Windows Explorer?
Yes, in Folder Options I have "show hidden files and folders" checked, and
"Hide protected blah blah" unchecked.
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