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Hi Imas, you don't need to do anything. CCleaner deletes both IE and Firefox cookies as long as both "cookies" boxes are checked in the Cleaner section.

 

What you are looking at is CCleaners option to keep any cookies that may contain site login details etc.. You would just move them across to the "Cookies to Keep" window.

 

Have a read here,

 

CCleaner Beginners Guide:

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I un-checked the delete cookies and History boxes and it still deleted them. Is anybody else having that problem? It's not a big deal cause I keep my log in and PW for all the sites that I have to register to, which seams to be every single site. I'm just wondering if it's a bug or not.

 

Steel

 

Ahhh, ok. It works backwards. Leave the box checked and it leaves the cookies.

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I un-checked the delete cookies and History boxes and it still deleted them. Is anybody else having that problem? It's not a big deal cause I keep my log in and PW for all the sites that I have to register to, which seams to be every single site. I'm just wondering if it's a bug or not.

 

Steel

 

Ahhh, ok. It works backwards. Leave the box checked and it leaves the cookies.

Hi Steel,

No,it is not supposed to work that way.Checking any box means you want that cleaned.

 

These answers help to evaluate the problem.Just fill in the answers next to the questions?

CCleaner version ?

OS and version ?

Browsers and ver.?

Security software and ver?

Provide a list of your Windows tab.

Provide a list of your Applications tab.

Other data you think might be relevant?

What did you do and then what happened?

 

Thanks,

:) davey

Don't forget a new update to the CCleaner Guide came out Feb. 06,2008.

http://forum.piriform.com/index.php?showtopic=1504

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