I have two questions if anyone can help or advise.
I have Vista and the latest versions of CCleaner and Chrome. After I have used CC at the end af the day, I note that cookies (the ones I have elected to keep in CC) are there and other flash cookies that I do not want. The only way to clear these cookies is manually via the Chrome settings.
I read an article the other day about this which gave instructions about pitting the Folders of Macromedia Flash Player/Shared Ojjects etc and Macromedia Flash Player/Macromedia.com etc into the 'Options - Include' page and the File of Macromedia/Flasg Player/Macromedia.com/Support/Flashplayer/Sys etc into the 'Exclude' in options.
In addition, you check the 'custom files and folders' in the advanced section on the main page.
I carried out a clean and found that the cookies in Chrome (including Flash cookies) were all still there!
In the instructions for placing the files and folders in the Include/Exclude, at the bottom it gives you the option to leave it as 'Files Only' - or a drop down menue offers 'Include files and subfolders' and 'Include files and subfolders and the folder itself'
When I cleaned with CC I left it as default on 'Include files only'
Would anyone know if I would cause problems if I selected any of the other two options to try and clear the flash cookies?
Apologies for long winded question - cannot find the answer anywhere at all.
My quick second question (honest) is should the box 'temp files* under Saved Passwords in Chrome be checked or not?
Mine has always been unchecked.
Thanks again for any help or advice.