Many web browsers use what is called a cache. When you are browsing a web site, your browser is quietly storing information on your hard drive. It does this so that the next time you go to the same site, it may be able to pull images, icons and even text from your hard drive and show them to you instantly rather than have to redownload everything from the site. This is a huge benefit to modem users that are pulling information down over a slow connection. To see this on your PC, select Tools|Internet Options in Internet Explorer and look at the middle box called "Temporary Internet Files." Those are your cache settings. Well, you can't do that on Pocket Internet Explorer so easily. It has a cache, and you can clear it, but you can't move it, nor can you set limits on how much RAM it uses.
Pocket PC Thoughts member Menneisyys has written a thorough article
on how to relocate the cache, the advantages you can get by doing so and probably more information than you wanted on how to optimize your storage card for this type of task. :wink: Click the link above to read the article and discuss it. Thanks Menneisyys!