The software found hundreds of pictures on the drive which I never saved, where did these come from?

Each time when you or other user on the computer visits a web page, the pictures on the page are downloaded and saved to your hard drive by internet browser’s web cache, which is designed to make the loading of web pages faster by reading the pictures and data (cache) from the hard drive instead of the remote server or computer. When this cache becomes full, the older content is automatically deleted by the browsers to accommodate new data. These pictures are recovered when you perform data recovery with Remo Recover software.

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