avoiding caching in the Internet Browser

I have created browsers by simply creating an MFC project and selecting CHtmlView instead of CView for the base class of the <project name>View class.  What I haven't been able to do is make sure the browser will not cache the websites it visits.  I have so far noticed that whether I view a website from Internet Explorer 5 or the browser I create, a copy of the websites I see gets saved in a subfolder of c:\windows\temporary internet file\ .  I want to prevent this so that once a website is viewed, there is no way to retrieve its contents afterward.  How can this be done?
Juan_DiegoAsked:
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waseemanisCommented:
You can check check the "dwFlags" parameter of the Navigate (or Navigate2)function you might be using. There you can set the No Cache options, which in turnm would obviously cause the page to reload.

Luck,
Waseem.
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