Wednesday, September 19, 2012

How to Delete Cookies in Firefox

Firefox stores biscuits provided by virtually every website you visit. Cookies aren't good or bad in and of themselves. Firefox Cookies may be used to store your choices for a website, sign in details or to monitor frequented items on a particular website. Cookies may also monitor your choices and the details that passions you for advertising requirements. Luckily Firefox includes an easy way to remove the biscuits saved on your computer.

Note:- Before following the steps below, I do not recommend you doing this unless you are comfortable editing the PC Settings. I will not responsible for any damage that may be caused to your PC after editing the settings by following the steps below. You proceed at your own risk or may take Help for Mozilla Firefox at +1-855-772-3255 (Toll Free)

Now you can follow these steps:-

1. Start Firefox. Simply select the Firefox option to look at the selection. Simply select the "Clear Recent History" option in the "Tools" sub menu.

2. Simply select the "Time variety to clear" drop-down selection and select enough time variety of the biscuits you want to remove. Simply select the "Details" pointer.

3. Simply select the examine box next to the "Cookies" item. Remove the examine level next to anything you don't want to remove. Simply select the "Clear Now" option.

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