Create A Cascading Menu For Your Internet Cache Files
How To Create A Cascading Menu For Your Internet Cache Files
Every time you type in a URL (Internet address) in Internet Explorers Address Box and visit that web site, it adds that entry to its URL History list. It also adds all the graphics and sound files, the text from the web site, and lot of other little do-dads to your hard drive in the area known as the Internet Cache. Did you ever want to see what's in that folder without navigating through the layers of folders in Windows 98? Here's how you can make a cascading menu for all those temporary files and place it on your Start Menu.
1 - Right click the Start button and chose Explore from the menu.
2 - Right click in any empty space in the right hand pane and select New/Folder
3 - Type
to replace the words "New Folder" (Hint: Cut and paste the bold type to avoid typos)
4 - Press Enter.
Click the Start button and choose Internet Cache icon, and in a few seconds, you see a list of the files in your cache.