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I have returned to using mac's after 5 years absence. Many things have changed.
On my PC I can look at the internet files which have been viewed online in a folder called "temporary image files"...examples of pictures and animations which have been viewed. I think it is basically like cache. So if I am looking at my website and photo1.jpg pops up on the page; in the pc's that photo1.jpg is temporarily stored on the hard disk so that if the page is accessed again it will just pop straight up. I'm sure you already know all this; but on the mac it does not look like the browser does this.
I'll try to search out something from the webpage on my hard-disk and nothing comes up. Does it not work this way? Does web content not automatically get stored on the hard disk?
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