Devi Jankowicz <animusntlworld.com> writes:Yes. It's the open source project that forked off from Netscape's>
> Now here's a newbie sort of question.
> I believe Mozilla is a web browser?
code base several years ago. Netscape version 6 and later is based
on Mozilla code.
You've obviously re-installed Mozilla at some time. You have two> However, deep inside my hard disc, I notice a Cache with a half-megabyte of
> files in it (Path Doents/MOZILLA/Profiles/<Myname>/6v8ghwjj.sit/Cache
> Elsewhere, at Path
> there's 62.1 MB of files.
> What are they please, and can I get rid of them?
user profile directories for your name:
Which is interesting. Mozilla only installs its profiles under a
user's Library directory.
One of these two profiles is being used by Mozilla. The other is not
used for anything and can be deleted.
As for the Cache folder, the contents can be deleted even from the
active profile, as long as you don't delete it while Mozilla is
running. It will get repopulated when you run Mozilla again. If you
want to restrict the size of the cache, Mozilla has a preference
where you can set the maximum size.
I'm pretty sure you can trash these if you've already recovered and> And, while I'm at it. Once I have resaved a file that was autorecovered by
> MSWord, do I need to keep the file marked 'Auorecovery save of <Filename>?
> Path Users/<Myname>/Desktop/Doent/Microsoft user data/.
> The same location has about 40 Word Work Files: can these, too, be dumped?
saved the doent. But I don't use Word, so I can't be 100% certain.