In IE there are two settings that can somewhat help you reduce cache while you let Windows do it for you. Maybe this will cause less problems.
You can access these settings in two ways:
Control Panel\Internet Options
On the IE menu Tools\Internet Options
On the General tab, Browsing History\Settings set the disk space to 50MB
On the Advanced Tab under Security (at the bottom) check the box “Empty Temporary Internet Files folder when the browser is closed”
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