John McCormac wrote:
> I have not checked this on a W95 box but I have had one confirmation
> that the same problem occurred with IE5beta/W95. Could anyone with IE
> installed on Linux check and see if the "delete temporary internet
> files" button does indeed delete the temporary files rather than telling
> the user that it has and leaving them there?
I've used it on W95 & 98, and I didn't notice anything; but I tend to
delete them from the command prompt. I've a batch file set up so that
when command.com is run, doskey is loaded and I set dircmd=/l/a/ogen ,
which shows all hidden files and directories (amongst other things).
It's simple enough to run deltree, but on several machines it took about
twenty minutes to go through the whole directory.
Did you mean to say 'IE installed on Linux'?
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