Thanks, but mine evade that too!
Thanks, but no, that doesn't work.
The only way I've found to see these is to use Start>Run and type:
C:\Documents and Settings\Terry Pinnell\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5
Here's a screenshot showing both Content.IE5 obtained as above, and the 'normal' view of TIF:
You can't see, but there are *no* subfolders in the latter. Almost all seem to be Cookies.
Also, ETO36HQ9 just contains one file (an unimportant JPG I haven't used for a couple of days!) and the other subfolder is empty.
And, to add another aspect of the puzzle, those screenshots were taken immediately after opening IE6 and using Tools>Internet Options an deleting all files *and* all offline files!
Before emptying TIF, there were about 8 subfolders; I didn't check all their contents, but they were an odd mix of stuff. Most of it didn't look worthy of secret hiding!
All very strange...
Terry, West Sussex, UK