Hi, I've just come across a strange directory in my documents and settings that is taking up nearly 2gb of space on my windows hard drive. Obviously I'd like to find out what it is, and whether I can delete it! I found it by using a program called treepie, which displays the location and size of folders and directories on your computer in a graphical interface that allows you to navigate through different levels and see where you are using the most space. The folder I found is located at C:\documents and settings\localauthority.000\local settings\temporary internet files\antiphishing\\. What is odd however, is that I cannot navigate to this directory in any way. I have all the usual options on so that windows does not hide any files, but this directory is still protected. Searching around on the net only yeilded me one major result, which is that this seems to be something to do with IE7. My problem is that I have two copies of this directory, one left over from a recent windows install. If anyone has any ideas about dealing with this that'd be great, short of total format. I have XP Home SP2 with all the latest patches, and am running IE7. Thanks for your help.