TIF=Temporary Internet Files in the paragraph below.
I am running XP and Internet Explorer 2000.
What I want to do is write a program or script to delete all files in the TIF. I want to load a vb program or WSH script. The program would quickly go to the TIF and copy all files to a new unhidden directory that I set up, then delete all the TIF and now go back to the explorer and allow me to load another page and over and over etc.
It is a tedious project doing it manually since I do it so frequently. I tried WSH window scripting, but seemed slow and did not always work. Maybe someone knows about some shareware out there along these lines.
I am fluent in WSH and VB and could write the short program if I knew how to access hidden files via VB.
I did move my TIF to c:\tempinet\Temporary Internet Files just to make it easier to find. I can go to dos and get into the directory, but all files are hidden and can't be copies since I don't know how to copy hidden files.
Is there a way to make all TIF unhidden and is it safe to run that way. No one else accesses my computer so they would not accidentally get into that area.