Unless you have a slow Internet connection, it makes sense to clear the browser cache as it occupies a considerable amount of drive space unless you specify the amount of disk space to be used for browser cache or "Temporary Internet Files". You many not always remember to flush the browser cache. Instead, you can configure Internet Explorer to do the job for you each time you exit. This is how you do it :
- Open Microsoft Internet Explorer and Go to "Tools > Internet Options".
- Click on the "Advanced" tab and scroll down to the "Security" Section.
- Check the option "Empty Temporary Internet Files folder when browser is closed".