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Okay I join forums all the time, and I like having the cookies so I don't have to log in all the time.

 

 

But I have to goto CCleaner, and then find the forum website, usually with tons of cookies I haven't deleted yet.

 

 

 

 

I think it would be nice if some feature was added to make it quicker to tell CCleaner of new cookies to save?

 

 

 

Just a thought :D

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You can easily configure to CCleaner to keep the cookies you want while deleting the rest of the unneeded cookies that you don't want.

 

In CCleaner, click on "Options" then click on "Cookies".

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I think what the OP is trying to say is that there's a long list of cookies in there, so it's a big hunt to find the right one; wants a way to just tell CCleaner "keep cookies from this site" while browsing.

 

I doubt that's ever going to happen, it would complicate CCleaner too much. My suggestion is to run CCleaner more often.

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I think what the OP is trying to say is that there's a long list of cookies in there, so it's a big hunt to find the right one; wants a way to just tell CCleaner "keep cookies from this site" while browsing.

 

I doubt that's ever going to happen, it would complicate CCleaner too much. My suggestion is to run CCleaner more often.

Someone could write a Firefox extension to do that - wouldn't that be cool B)

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where does CCLEANER store its information about COOKIES to keep?

i'd like to export this listm cause i've formatted and i'd like to restore this setting :)

THANKS!

 

As far as I know, its in the Windows registry. I think it would be better to store it in a file, so you can save it and easy restore it.

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