When you visit a website, your browser automatically saves (or "caches") temporary Internet files on your storage drive. These files are cached when you first visit a page so that when you visit it for a second time, you'll be able to access it faster. Although temporary Internet files can help you access websites faster, they take up a significant amount of storage. By deleting these files, you can reclaim valuable storage capacity.
Since most people visit multiple websites every day, we recommend deleting temporary Internet files once per week. Here's how to do it.
Windows® 10 and Windows® 8
Windows® 7 and Windows® Vista
Note: You will also have the ability to delete cookies, history, form data, and passwords from this window in each version of Windows.