Old title: SuggestedSites.dat
I am running Windows 10 Pro, and have disabled Internet Explorer. I have a file, SuggestedSites.dat, that keeps appearing on my computer even after I run CCleaner to remove it, or go into the folder and delete it manually. It re-downloads itself within a couple of minutes of being deleted.
It can be found under, C:\Users\[my username]\AppData\Local\Microsoft\INetCache\Low\SuggestedSites.dat
Is this something that can be removed, or is it like everything else in Windows 10 that is forced on you, no option, and you are to dumb to make changes?
Does it perform some essential function that I am missing?
Windows 10 freezes up more than any OS I've ever had. Other than not working, it's not too bad.