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Cookies in Temp internet files

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Can I also delete the cookies that are also in the temp internet files?  It asks me if I'm sure I want to do this and I'm worried I might mess something up.
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Les,

   yes, you can delete them without causing any harm.  
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LeskyK,

Sometimes, password and user setting informations are stored in your cookies.  If you delete them, you might find that some site you usually visit may no longer has your specified settings or password.
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