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Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Earl Partridge, Apr 29, 2010.

  1. Earl Partridge

    Earl Partridge Flightless Bird

    Windows 7, 64 bit
    I don't believe IE8 cleans out all cookies so I do a manual removal of those
    in the folder
    C:/Users\UserName\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Cookies\Low

    Most are usually found in that "Low" folder, but occasionally some will
    appear
    one level up in the "Cookies" folder. Is this normal?

    I have created a new folder in the "Cookies" folder, named "Cookies.bak", in
    which
    I keep about a dozen cookies that I want to allow/keep. I will delete all
    the cookies
    in the "Low" folder, then copy/paste those from the "Cookies.bak" folder to
    the
    "Low" folder. Any thoughts on this method of managing cookies?

    Earl
     
  2. Grenou

    Grenou Flightless Bird

    "Earl Partridge" <earlpng@pearnet.com> wrote in message
    news:K5hCn.160779$y13.106706@newsfe12.iad...
    > Windows 7, 64 bit
    > I don't believe IE8 cleans out all cookies so I do a manual removal of
    > those
    > in the folder
    > C:/Users\UserName\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Cookies\Low
    >
    > Most are usually found in that "Low" folder, but occasionally some will
    > appear
    > one level up in the "Cookies" folder. Is this normal?
    >
    > I have created a new folder in the "Cookies" folder, named "Cookies.bak",
    > in which
    > I keep about a dozen cookies that I want to allow/keep. I will delete all
    > the cookies
    > in the "Low" folder, then copy/paste those from the "Cookies.bak" folder
    > to the
    > "Low" folder. Any thoughts on this method of managing cookies?
    >
    > Earl
    >
    >



    I use CCleaner and manage the cookies I want to keep in there.
    CCleaner is free, although a donation is welcomed.

    Grenou
     

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