Delete Chrome Cookies

Focus on Chrome version 13

1.Click the spanner icon on the browser toolbar and then select Options

(Preferences on Mac and Linux;Settings on a Chromebook).

2.Click the Under the Bonnet tab and then click Content settings in the "Privacy" section.

3.Click the All Cookies and Site data... option in the Content Settings dialogue that appears:

Click Remove All button to delete all cookies and site data.

Delete Single Chrome 13 Cookie

To delete a specific cookie, select the site that issued the cookie, then the cookie and click Remove.

Select "Clear browsing history" to delete traces of which websites you've visited.

Select "Clear download history" to delete records of which files and programs you've downloaded.

Select "Empty the cache" to delete cached website pages.

You can also delete saved passwords (which log you into websites) and saved form data (such as your name and address). Then click on the "Clear browsing data" button. Click on the Close button when you've finished.

Delete Cookies from older Versions of Chrome

1.Click the spanner icon on the browser toolbar and then select Options

2.Select the Under the Hood tab, scroll down to the Security section and Click the Show cookies button.

3.In the Cookies window, select either Remove All or select the desired cookie to be delted and click the Remove button.

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