Working offline with temporary internet files

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When I was online, I know that some files and picture was stored at the Temporary internet files folder for future reference. Later on, when I want to work offline, I just need to load up the page then I can go to the page that I have seen before while I was online. My question is that can I make all that temporary internet files into one folder so that I can move it to another media (cd, usb drive etc) therefore I can work offline at another computer without having to connect online first?

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Best Answer by Sharath Reddy
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Working offline with temporary internet files

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hi daniel,

No dear you cannot save these files into one folder but by any means if you can save those into a particular folder then it doesn’t work because there are many other small files that are working behind those offline files and you don’t know where those tiny files are present in your PC. 

So, if you make a folder for all those files it's okay but when you open it in any other PC then you find an error in opening of those files. These files are also linked with your internet IP addresses so it is also a problem for you because in other PC internet protocols are different and store different binary digits as compare to your PC.  

happy . .!!

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Working offline with temporary internet files

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  • These Temporary Internet Files only allows you to speed up the loading process when you are browsing the Internet. It also allows you to view that webpages when working offline, or with no Internet connections.
  • These files are already saved in 1 folder called Internet Files folder which you can view later but can't be stored in another folder.
  • This is called cached browsing but this compromise privacy when saving cookies in your browser. Allowing your computer to saved those files in your hard disk to keep track of the website you visited.
  • See for instance, Recycle Bin. This is a good example of Temporary Internet Files, a storage of all deleted items goes directly in that folder. This folder can't be change but you can either restore data and or completely delete the files.
  • The same applies to Temporary Internet Files, in what you can do only is to view the files or delete but that can't be move or store in a different folder.

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