Your Internet Explorer cache consists of temporary storage space on your hard disk or portable device which contains recently viewed Web pages and the files associated with them. This cache allows Internet Explorer to quickly render a previously visited page without having to reload the entire page and its accompanying images from the Web server.
Why Would I Want to Clear Internet Explorer Cache?
There are multiple reasons why a user may want to clear Internet Explorer cache, ranging from concerns over privacy to correcting problems with page loading. On rare occasions, someone may want to clear Internet Explorer cache simply to save some hard drive space. Whatever the motive, it is a fairly simple process to clear the cache in the Internet Explorer browser.
Tutorials on How to Clear Internet Explorer Cache
The methods to clear Internet Explorer cache vary slightly among the different browser variations. The following tutorials explain how to clear the cache in different versions of the Internet Explorer browser.