How Do I Access The INetCache Folder?

Where is my Localappdata folder?

Accessing %localappdata%, leads to C:\Users\Radu Popescu\AppData\Local.

Same as %appdata%, a lot of applications store their settings under the current logged in user.

The location is also security restricted, being unique for each user..

Where are IE temp files stored?

By default, temporary Internet files are stored in %SystemDrive%\Users\%Username%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files\. This location may be changed by selecting Move folder… and selecting in the pop up Windows Explorer window where the files should be stored.

Is it safe to delete AppData Roaming folder?

Hi Jean, It is not recommended to delete Appdata\Roaming folder as it typically contains settings, temporary and cache files for many of your installed applications. In fact, once you look for the sub-folders under the name, you will find other folders related to different application installed on the computer.

What is the INetCache folder?

Inetcache is a default system folder. It is normally not visible, unless revealed the system folders in folder view. It stores addresses of sites, as you visit them, so that, second time around, they open faster. What is the exact message on the popup.

How do I access the AppData folder?

To open the AppData folder on Windows 10, 8 & 7:Open File Explorer/Windows Explorer.Type %AppData% into the address bar and hit enter.Navigate to the required folder (Roaming or Local)