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Q: empty IE10 cache

How can I empty my IE10 cache on a Surface?


 Hi Paul,

 

 

Thank you for choosing Windows and thanks for providing us an opportunity to assist you.

As per the description, you are having issues with emptying the Cache.

Method 1: Perform the steps mentioned below and check if it helps.
a: Open Internet Explorer.
b: Click Tools > Internet Options.
c: Then click the General Tab.
d: Click the Delete button under Browsing history
e: Now place a checkmark on the option Temporary Internet files and website files.
f: Then click Delete.
 
 
Method 2: Perform steps from the link and check.
 
 
Reply to us if you face any issues with Cache or any other Windows Issue, and we would be glad to assist you.
 
Have a nice day!
 
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Mu issue is slightly different. I have my IE10 set to open the previous session when it opens. I have one tab that froze IE completely. So EVERY TIME I open it, it is frozen; thus I cannot clear the cache from within IE10.

Is there a way to do this WITHOUT opening IE10? If not, I won't be using it ever again.

Many thanks. I've been pleased with it and am slowly adopting to the Windows 8 environment, having been an inveterate XP user and able to solve mine and all my friends issues. Feeling rather ignorant now, but opening to learning and getting up to speed.

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You broke the internet.

This is awesome.

:)

This page. Here at Microsoft caused my tab to freeze! After I cleared my cache so I could continue using McGrawHill Learnsmart, which rarely works well on this system anyway.

Laughable.

And don't get me started on flash-intensive websites.

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Hi Bobby,

Reset Internet Explorer settings and check if it helps.

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-ca/internet-explorer/reset-ie-settings#ie=ie-10

Disclaimer: The Reset Internet Explorer Settings feature might reset security settings or privacy settings that you added to the list of Trusted Sites. The Reset Internet Explorer Settings feature might also reset parental control settings. We recommend that you note these sites before you use the Reset Internet Explorer Settings feature.

 

 

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