Keywords:  cache, explorer, tmp, revisit, visits
A cache (pronounced like cash), temporarily stores the information on a page in your computer. When you first request a page from the server, the browser (Netscape or Internet Explorer) checks to see if the page has been previously cached in your computer.
A folder on your hard drive where previously visited Web pages are stored, including images and text. This is Internet Explorers version of the Netscape Cache folder and allows for fast loading of Web sites you revisit. Have a .tmp suffix.
A file located on a user's hard disk in which a browser stores the Web site data for every Web page or URL address that a user visits. A build up of such files will eventually slow down the users processor by using up resource space.