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Bill Treloar

Can I Whitelist Cookies?

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There are a few cookies I'd like to retain when I run a clean. Is there a way to identify them and add them to a whitelist to keep them from being deleted with the others?

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After you have used CCleaner open the sites which have the cookies you want to keep.

Then open CCleaner go to Options...Cookies.

In the left-hand column highlight a cookie and click the arrow in the middle to send it over to the Cookies to Keep list on the right.

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Just to add that you need to always use Custom Clean if you want to keep some cookies like that.

If you run Health Check then it will use it's own set rules, ignore your Custom rules, and clear the cookies anyway.
(Which can be useful if you want to clear those particular cookies only now and again).
 

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The custom clean/health check is a bit of a mess in my opinion.

Users installing CCleaner have no idea that they use different rules and so many problems are caused by this.

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