APMichael Posted October 12, 2019 Share Posted October 12, 2019 What I had forgotten about the topic: The "WebCache" is also partially cleaned by CCleaner. When you run "Internet Explorer - Temporary Internet Files", you see that the modification date of the database files changes. CCleaner tries to clean up the database itself. Therefore the "WebCache" was removed from the Winapp2.ini entry for some time. However, since CCleaner leaves some traces, "WebCache" has been added back to the Winapp2.ini entry. On my systems there are also the "systemprofile" paths. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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