How to locate or save Youtube video clip in IE7 for Windows XP?
If you need to save a clip to your computer, it actually doesn’t matter which os or browser you have, you can just use an online converter like 123convert.to to get things done. That’s the most convenient option but just for you to know, there are some browser extensions so you can also use those for that purpose.
• Click on the Tools button followed by the Internet Options menu • Click on the Settings button of Browser History section. • Click on the View Files button to open up Windows Explorer. • The cached web contents is usually kept here. Sort the files here by File Size, the bigger file size is likely the FLV Flash video, mp3, midi, etc. If you don’t find the cached file here, proceed to the Content.IE5 folder (next step) • Press ALT+D to highlight the Windows Explorer Address bar, append \Content.IE5 at the end of XP-IE7 cache folder path, e.g. C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5 Some of the cached files are likely kept inside the Content.IE5 hidden folder! By default, Youtube doesn’t cache the streaming video with a file extension.