I've known for some time about the content.ie5 directory in windows, (located in "Documents and settings --> (user) --> local settings --> temporary internet files" under XP). One thing I never understood though is why it's so well hidden, in terms of the fact that you acctually have to know it's there and type your way to it if you want to see it. I've read a number of sites saying it's so M$ can spy on you etc. etc. I find this hard to believe. Can anybody tell me what the folders in this directory are for, and why they are so strangely named? (ipluna, for example). Not important, I was just wondering.