Just like other browsers, Google Chrome also stores cookies, cache and browsing history to give you better performance and faster browsing experience. Cookies are mostly used by websites to identify you and keep a known session to give you a personalized experience. Cookies are also important because it enables you to stay logged in on a website.
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When you close the browser, Google Chrome always remove your cookies until you asked it to remember your login on specific websites by manually select “Remember login” checkbox. But there could be few cases when you want to manually clear cookies in Chrome. If you manually delete cookies, it clears all cookies and logs you out of all the websites even if you selected to remember logins.
If you are not sure how to Delete cookies in Chrome, here are the step.
Delete Cookies in Chrome
Step 1: Open the settings panel by clicking on three vertical dots icon and selecting the settings.
You can alternatively use keyboard shortcuts.
- Windows CTRL+SHIFT+DEL
- macOS : shift+command+delete
Step 2: Scroll down until you find an option saying “Clear Browsing Data”. Click on it.
Step 3: In the new window, only select the checkbox in front of “Cookies and other site data”. If other checkboxes are also selected but you do not want to clear those data, uncheck. When you are done, click on “Click Browsing data”.
You can also delete download history, browsing history, cache images, saved passwords, auto-fill form data and hosted data from the same window. Even if I only talked about clearing cookies, you can use the same steps to delete all the mentioned type of browser data.
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