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How to Delete all cookies....boilerpro

Boilerpro_3 Member Posts: 1,231
and I think they are starting to clog things up. Also, how to you clean you computers temporary cache....things are steadilyslowing down and I think this may be the problem.

Thanks all


  • Mike T., Swampeast MO
    Mike T., Swampeast MO Member Posts: 6,928
    Quick and Dirty

    Search for folder named "Temporary Internet Files". (Location varies depending on your system.)

    Display folder and press Ctrl+A (select All files).

    Press delete key and accept prompts.

    Wait a while as it's likely full.

  • Robert O'Connor_7
    Robert O'Connor_7 Member Posts: 688

    I am probably the last guy to give advise about computers but here goes,,,...Click on tools...then Internet options..then settings...then view files...then click on any file on the left...then click Ctrl-A....then delete...then YES (do you want to delete)..Done! Keep to mind though that many sites you visit may require you to log in again and go through sign ups ect....Some good cookie, some bad cookie, too many cookie give tummy ach...Good luck, I hope it works..Robert O'Connor/NJ
  • Bud_14
    Bud_14 Member Posts: 200
    Internet Explorer

    On the top bar of your Internet Expolorer page (if you're using internet explorer) click on tools (it's between Favorites and Help) Then click on Internet Options...it's all right there, click on delete cookies.
  • Christian Egli
    Christian Egli Member Posts: 277
    Monkey see - monkey do

    Cool Ctrl-A

    I don't look further than the end of my nose... and I use Ctrl-V a lot... I'm proud of the new trick I learned. Thanks.

    This weekend I ran the Ad Aware program and it removed cookies and temporary files I couldn't remove by just deleting.

    I don't know why.

    I found the anti bug sofware by following links from ClarkHoward.com and remebering what I read here on other posts. I dowloaded a bunch of them. Easy but slow.
  • Weezbo
    Weezbo Member Posts: 6,232

  • cookies

    hey guys, you can also right click on the c: drive icon on your desktop, click properties and then click disk cleanup.. that will clean up most of your stuff.. also, on IE at the top toolbar, click on the history link. on the left you'll have some days or weeks that pop up, right click each of them and select delete.. that will delete all of your browsing done on IE.. take care and stay warm. mike
  • Luke Lefever_2
    Luke Lefever_2 Member Posts: 7

    Switch to Mozilla Firefox and dump any Microsoft Product, life is much simpler and quicker.... JMHO. Luke
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