Here's our Internet Explorer Tip for.. August 15, 2002
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Setting The Microsoft Internet Explorer Cache Size
The size of the Microsoft Internet Explorer cache can determine how fast you can surf the Web. However, since the cache resides on your hard disk, its size depends on how much disk space you can afford to use.

In this brave new world of super-sized hard disks, you may want to increase your IE cache size. To do this, run IE and choose Tools|Internet Options. When the dialog box opens, click the General tab (if necessary) and then click Settings. When the Setting dialog opens, adjust the "Amount of disk space to use" slider to increase (or decrease, if necessary), your IE cache size.

After you make your changes, click OK. Back in Internet Options, click OK again to close the dialog box.