How to Remove

A Single Cookie In Windows

Windows 95, 98, ME, 2000, NT and XP

Sometimes, when you are having trouble with a particular web site (e.g., the site won't remember your password, the site won't load at all even though other sites download without a problem, you try to download a file and are unsuccessful at getting the download to start), deleting the cookies associated with that site may solve your problem. A cookie is a file that a web site sends to your browser so that the site is customized for you. Occasionally, there may be a problem with a cookie (or cookies) associated with a certain site. While you could delete all the cookies on your computer, you may find it more advantageous to just delete the cookies associated with the site with which you are having difficulties. To find out how this is done, choose the Windows Operating System found on your computer:

Windows 95, 98, or ME


Windows 2000, NT, or XP



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