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Old Feb 25, 2006, 07:36 PM   #1
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What does "empty cache" do in the Safari pull down menu?
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What does "empty cache" do in the Safari pull down menu?
The same thing the "Delete temporary internet files" command does in IE...did you ever do that?

Like, it deletes your "cached" images/etc. that safari saves so sites load faster when you visit them again.
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Old Feb 25, 2006, 08:01 PM   #3
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If private browsing is on, are sites cached?
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Indeed, i tend to empty mines every night but thats just me trying to clean up as much as i can before i hit my bed.


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No. no record of the sites you visit are kept on your computer while using private browsing.
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Another question, how much RAM should Safari be using? Well, an estimate i mean.
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Another question, how much RAM should Safari be using? Well, an estimate i mean.
Depends how many windows/tabs you have open and how image/animated (flash) intense they are. I've seen it take anywhere from 30 to 300.

EDIT: Where in NY are you?
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Depends how many windows/tabs you have open and how image/animated (flash) intense they are. I've seen it take anywhere from 30 to 300.

EDIT: Where in NY are you?
Poughkeepsie, do u know where that is?
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Poughkeepsie, do u know where that is?
Nope, no clue. I'm in the Central NY area....around Rome, Syracuse, Utica...Oneida is between Syracuse and Utica.
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I have a friend up in that poughkeepsie joint. He's at SUNY oneonta I believe.

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Nope, no clue. I'm in the Central NY area....around Rome, Syracuse, Utica...Oneida is between Syracuse and Utica.
I know where that is.. I was up there recently. Thats where the Turning Stone Casino place thing is, right?
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I saw one of your other posts and it reminded me about our conversation here.

Yeah, Turning stone is in Verona, like 2 minutes from Oneida.
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Poughkeepsie, do u know where that is?

I might be late on this but Poughkeepsie is where Bill O'Reilly is from!
That's sooo bomb dude!
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