With the IE cache, this means I`m saving every image displayed on a web page twice.
If the cache can`t be turned off, an option to limit it`s size (like IE) would be helpful. I`d still have to sacrifice browsing performance for the occasional Inquiry save, but at least the cache wouldn`t grow out of control.
But, from purely a simplistic viewpoint, the design to cache EVERY page viewed in case it needed saving seems to be overkill.
Even if it`s 1.5 or 2.x, I hope there`s a way.
If not, perhaps an option to empty the cache when Inquiry is shutdown. After a reboot, the files remaining in the cache would not be of any use, would they?
If so, then that may explain why my cache grew so big. I have to `kill` IE about 2-3 times a week.