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How get the path of the active browser cache ?

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I want a function to get the path of the active browser cache.

(In a school, I want to allow the teacher to display the image contents of the cache)
 
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EmmDieh earned 50 total points
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look up the registry-key
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\
Explorer\Shell Folders\Cache
that's for internet explorer, I do not use netscape,
of course.


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Thanks.

How get the active browser (Netscape or IE/3/4) ?
3 browsers on my school PC.

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