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For too long, the security industry – including Webroot – has expected our customers to manage security products for themselves. Quarantining relatively harmless cookies and expecting you to know how to handle them was part of this burden. Just as Webroot SecureAnywhere no longer requires you to repeatedly download resource-intensive signature files, we’re no longer asking you to worry about non-malicious files like cookies.
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I use CCleaner for cookies. Keep the ones you want and delete the ones you don't need.
Late 2015 5K 27" Mac, 4GHz i7, 16GB RAM, 1TB Fusion Drive, El Capitan, 10.11.6
Windows 7 X 64, 3.4GHz i7, 10GB RAM, 1TB HD
I have so many different PW's, don't know what I'd do if it wasn't for s/w that would keep want ya want, discard what you didn't.