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Thread: Checking temporary internet files' size

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    Checking temporary internet files' size

    Hi,

    Is there any way one can know the size of internfiles of broswer history after spending some time say a session on the net in KB/MB/GB? Any particular command for this? I just want to know how much space is being cleared each time I use the delete broswer history button from the Tools menu in Firefox. Thanks

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    df -h ~/.firefox should give you a rough estimate. The actually temporary files are a little bit further into the directory, but the config files take up almost nothing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kernel_Killer View Post
    df -h ~/.firefox should give you a rough estimate. The actually temporary files are a little bit further into the directory, but the config files take up almost nothing.
    Thank you...........

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