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Running Win 7 Home Premium with IE8. Is it my imagination or is the analyzing phase slow in getting thru the IE8 "temp internet files" section??? I am running the latest slim version of CCleaner. It's been doing this for at least a month or so, maybe more.

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Is IE8 your main browser? It may take more time if your temporary internet files folder is large.

 

No, Firefox is my main browser. That's what has me stumped.

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Look inside your temporary internet files folder and just check if there is anything in there and do the same with your temp folder. Maybe it has something to do with index.dat? Have you changed CCleaner's settings recently?

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Look inside your temporary internet files folder and just check if there is anything in there and do the same with your temp folder. Maybe it has something to do with index.dat? Have you changed CCleaner's settings recently?

 

There is/was data in the temp internet folder. I do use IE8 occasionally because of a few picky web sites, so that's to be expected. Always stuff in the temp folder. I use CCleaner every 2 weeks to clean out specified areas. Been doing it this way for years. When I tell CCleaner to analyze, I can watch it cycle thru the temp internet folder very slowly. In times past, it would cycle very quickly but that was with XP and Vista. Maybe there's something different going on in Win 7 (32 bit).

 

Haven't changed any settings lately.

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Also, many programs write to internet cache. Have you added anything, such as a desktop gadget, or program.

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Also, many programs write to internet cache. Have you added anything, such as a desktop gadget, or program.

 

Nope, no desktop gadgets. Haven't added anything that would use the internet cache but then I've never heard of programs writing to the IE cache if IE isn't running.

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