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Just a quick question:

My web browser is IE5.0, so from the menu, how to delete all the cookies stored on my hard drive ?

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by:hewittg
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Yu

A great page that will answer all your questions (best one I have found).

Glenn

http://www.2e.org/ie5.htm
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bobinmad earned 10 total points
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Click Tools - Internet Options - -

Click Settings - Middle of popup

Click View Files = =

All cookies will be listed - delete at will.

If you do not see them, in Windows Explorer click View - click the View Tab - -

Make sure "Display all files" is selected.

bobinamd

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