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What's the best way to remove cookies from my laptop?

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coathanger3y, 5d agoPosted 3 years, 5 days ago
It's a nightmare trying to get rid of them!
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coathanger3y, 5d agoPosted 3 years, 5 days ago
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ei8hty5ive 2 Likes #1
A hoover.
Grill 3 Likes #2
Google- Piriform CCleaner

Edited By: Grill on Feb 28, 2012 22:36
sassiebanned#3
in firefox tick dont remember history or something like that then they wont be stored, or you can delete them one by one, in tools then options
unquestioned#4
http://profile.ak.fbcdn.net/hprofile-ak-snc4/23282_343887056586_738_n.jpg


But for reals. Depends what browser you are using. You could also download advanced systemcare 3, it's free to use the basic features & it will help delete your browsing history aswell as clean up other temp caches & such.

Or if it's crumbs, get a dyson.
coathanger#5
It's the crumbs that cause all the problems, they get stuck in between the keys and create a crunching sound each time I press certain letters.
unquestioned#6
coathanger
It's the crumbs that cause all the problems, they get stuck in between the keys and create a crunching sound each time I press certain letters.


No.
WRXiceman#7
That's the way the cookie crumbles
jonny619447suspended#8
coathanger
It's the crumbs that cause all the problems, they get stuck in between the keys and create a crunching sound each time I press certain letters.


So you are talking about the food type cookies, not the little file that stores web information? You may want to be specific when talking about this, for obvious reasons.

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