|14 Aug 2012||#1|
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IE cookies storage location can be kept seperate from temporary files?
I am preparing my system for SSD migration, my hdd is getting very grindy and slow even simply browsing, eg. moving to different parts of a youtube video pauses for a second with hdd activity.
So I moved the IE temp folder to a ram disk I made (this also save some writes on my new ssd when I migrate) and I thought great job done as IE snappy.
However I also see my cookies in that folder which will be gone when I reboot, not good. I have some permanent cookies which stop me needing to login to sites again and again.
So it seems I either need to keep IE temp files on permanent storage, or be willing to lose my cookies whenever I reboot.
Can the cookies be put in a seperate folder away from the temp cache files?
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