Experience with avast cookies remover?

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Hi Experts,

I have avast as virus guard on my PC. I tried browser protection>settings>browser plug-ins. I want to add avast cookies remover. But it failed. Anyone who has tried this advice me. Thank.

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Roger Neil

 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #132970

Experience with avast cookies remover?

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Hello Roger,

You can easily clear cookies as well as your browser history by using the settings in your web browser,  do you do not have to go use the Aast cookies remover. If the browser you are using is Firefox, the following are the steps you will use to clear the cookies:

  • Open the browser and then click Tools in the menu bar.
  • After that go to Options, and then choose Clear History.
  • You can opt to either remove or keep individual cookies.
  • Firefox can also tell sites that you do not want to have a tracking cookie, together with EU law but I that does not always work. So you may need to clear them manually anyway.

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Carl

 

Answered By 0 points N/A #132971

Experience with avast cookies remover?

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Hi Roger Nail,

Actually, you are confused about the Avast plug-ins and browser plug-ins. They don’t actually work the same way. Until now browsers tend to use their own Plug-ins and install these plug-ins in their own environment (interface) while Avast antivirus just gives you a piece of “plug-in” which you can install in your different web browsers e.g., Firefox, chrome IE etc. A plug-in like webrep is the best example. You can make sure this thing by going into your browser's installed plug-ins area. There,you'll see Webrep as your plug-in installed.

Note: if you disable this plug-in from the browser add- on then you wouldn't be able to utilize its functions while browsing the internet even if you have installed and enabled webrep (avast plug-ins) in Avast browser protection area.

I must suggest you that you should try a program called "cleaner". You can download it from http://www.piriform.com/ccleaner

It actually removes cookies, saved into the computer by different browsers like Firefox, IE and chrome etc. In this way, you would be able to remove cookies from your computer easily.

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