Configure and Troubleshoot Post-Installation System Settings

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Self Test Software Practice Test


Objective: Configure and troubleshoot post-installation system settings.
Sub-objective: Configure Windows Internet Explorer.


Single answer, multiple-choice


You discover that your Web-browser performance has slowed over time. It takes several minutes to open a Web page. You have Windows Vista installed on your computer. You decide to empty the Temporary Internet Files folder to solve problems with your Web browser. You click the Delete All button under Delete Browser History.


Which statement is INCORRECT for temporary Internet files?



  1. Deleting everything in the Temporary Internet Files folder can free hard-disk space.
  2. Deleting everything in the Temporary Internet Files folder will delete the information that you have entered into the Address bar.
  3. Emptying the Temporary Internet Files folder leaves cookies files.
  4. You are not required to retype passwords that were previously stored on your computer.

Answer:



  1. You are not required to retype passwords that were previously stored on your computer.

Tutorial:
The option stating you are not required to retype passwords that were previously stored on your computer is not correct. Deleting everything in the temporary Internet files will cause a little inconvenience when you visit secured Web sites for the first time after deleting everything from the temporary Internet files folder because it has also deleted the stored passwords. You will have to retype passwords and save them again so that you do not have to provide the credentials each time you visit the secured Web site.


The option stating deleting everything in the Temporary Internet Files folder can free hard-disk space is correct. The Temporary Internet Files folder can contain a significant amount of Web-page content. Files that are downloaded from Web sites also may remain in your Temporary Internet Files folder; therefore, deleting everything in the Temporary Internet Files folder will free up hard-disk space.


The option stating that deleting everything in the Temporary Internet Files folder will delete the information you have entered into the Address bar is correct. By removing everything from the Temporary Internet Files Folder you will delete all the files and information that Internet Explorer stores on your computer. This information will include the list of Web sites you have visited; information you have entered into Web forms such as, your name, address, e-mail address or the Web site address that you have visited earlier; Web site passwords; and other temporarily saved information.


The option stating that emptying Temporary Internet Files folder leaves cookies files is correct. When you empty the Temporary Internet Files folder, files that start with the word “Cookie” may remain in the folder. These files are pointers to the actual cookies that are located in the WindowsCookies folder. To retain the association between these pointers and the actual cookie files, they are not deleted when you empty the Temporary Internet Files folder. However, you can manually delete cookie files from the Temporary Internet Files folder.


Reference:
Windows Vista Help and Support > Delete temporary Internet files

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