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Cookies in IE, Updates Internet Explorer.

Posted on 2014-01-21
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I have an issue. Once again, all the cookies which kept track of user names and passwords have disappeared.   What may cause this?


I do find it frustrating to go to sites and see that I now have to put in my information again.
Is there a way of at least knowing when updates happen so we can take some notes on our passwords and user names?
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Patrick Bogers earned 250 total points
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Hi

Second tuesday of every month MS releases updates which can cause this.
Being a 100% Microsoft guy i have to suggest using Google Chrome, less hassle and i have never lost any info i did not want to loose.

Question, how do you want to make notes on your passwords in IE? i dont think that is possible ?! (it is in Chrome)
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koila--
Do you use any program to delete passwords and cookies?  For example IE Tools|Delete Browsing History|and clicking Delete when the Passwords line is checked?
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Hi Patrick?

Please let me know what I should do... How can I store password?

No I didn't use any programs to delete password and cookies.?
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