Cleaning your computer does not only mean cleaning it from the outside. Very often your computer is bombarded with information. Every time you visit a site on the Internet, a complete copy of that site is remember and stored on your computer. This is known as “cached copy” and it is stored on your computer from 1 to 999 days, depending on the settings of your computer. Today I am going to show you how to set an appropriate date after which the cached copies of webpages will be deleted from your computer.
Simply go to Internet Explorer and look for Tools on the top menu bar. From here go to Internet Options. Now look for Internet Temporary Files. Here you can delete both Cookies and Files. Look at the History at the bottom of the window and set the number of days after which you would like the cached pages to be deleted from your PC. Lastly, select Apply and OK.