When be browse the internet there are some internet files that are saved in the background on the hard drive. Previously these used to become heavy on the disk as disk spaces were very limited users use to delete them all the time. But now in the age of the latest technology really helps when from gigabyte memory we talk about terabytes being brought in. These files are called temporary internet files and are saved in a folder titled as TEMP in the windows folder deep in the, usually, C drive.
Then along came the new Google chrome, the fabulous super light and lightning fast browser by Google for all OS. As Google comes up with such simple and innovative ideas what they did was that all this data that was being stored as trash, they found a way to use this as an advantage. As the sizes of hard disks have been greatly increased, what chrome does is that it creates a folder where specifically chrome temporary files are stored. Now what chrome does is smartly manages this folder and saves repeated information on websites that have been viewed recently and when you next time open this website rather than downloading that information from the internet, it accesses that part of the page from the hard disk and of course that really visually speeds up the process of opening a page.
This is almost like the internet explorer option of “make page available offline” but this does it run time. That's so wonderful about Google chrome temporary internet files management system. But there are down sides to it also, though the browser is faster it also needs a faster and better processor and ram to support its full functioning otherwise it can possibly slow down the system enough to hang it. This function also followed in the new version of internet explorer and Mozilla fire fox.
At times where you might not want to save files on to the computer there is a new concept of windows used by chrome is that of incognito window. Now what this does is that when you open any site or file in the incognito window, the third party cookies or history or any other files that might sneak into the computer don't. These files are saved as hidden and super temporary files on the hard disk, but as soon as you close the windows; all the files from that session of browsing are deleted immediately. If there is a power outage or your computer is powered of, you may still not worry about those pages being re opened on start up as these files exist only as long as that window is active. So you can view any secret or non disclosing pages on the internet as are sure that all data is removed as soon as the window is closed due to any reason.
The extra added functions on chrome allow easy and smooth usage of internet files. The download files option on chrome is also amazing. To view downloading files or downloaded files in chrome just pres “Ctrl + J” and it will poem immediately. There are some down falls of the incognito window as well. If one is not careful in using it and any files are downloaded in incognito window mode, well none of the files are retained in the downloaded files and are deleted as soon as the window closes.
I like the incognito window mode quite a lot as if you're just a little careful then its advantages are numerous. Like for example I have my own user name logged in into windows and a friend comes along to use the internet and check his email. I can simply show let him use the internet is incognito window mode. There are two advantages of this, firstly I don't have to close my email account or anything as incognito window will open his email separately and second being if he wishes to download any files to his USB or anything he can do so directly without storing anything on my computer. This also helps when you are downloading files that might possibly contain viruses as file with viruses will be deleted as soon as the PC restarts.