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I need to keep a reference to this.  This proved to be a space hog on my old laptop (taking 5.5G of an old 7G drive).

The C:\Windows\CSC directory is where Windows keeps the document files that you have marked for being available offline.  CSC was the working name for the feature now called Offline Files. It stands for Client-Side Caching.  Details on removing/controlling CSC are here.

Posted on Friday, May 14, 2004 12:02 PM & Etc. | Back to top


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The CSC folder should be a max of 10% unless changed if the CSC folder is over that. (I have personally seen 20 gig when should be max of 2 gig) you may need to re-initialize your cache. To re-initalize your cache you press shift + CTRL and click the delete files in the offline folder options.
Left by Daniel Audette on Sep 27, 2006 2:47 PM

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