Why does Web Washer not clean cookies

  Rodz 20:48 19 Aug 10

Web Washer is set to wash automatically at the end of each browsing session.
Earlier today after I had finished a browsing session and the Web Washer completed the wash.
I ran Superantispyware. (not something I would automatically do) and it picked up 7 tracking cookies.
Not mega important but confusing to me.
Is this normal?

  johndrew 12:36 22 Aug 10

It should click here if you select it to do so.

  Rodz 14:18 22 Aug 10

Thank you Johndrew

  Prish 08:59 08 Sep 10

Do try ccleaner. It works real good. Moreover, its free :)

  Rodz 09:19 08 Sep 10

Thanks Prish.

  john bunyan 09:38 08 Sep 10

I am not sure, but I have often found that SAS finds adaware tracking cookies that are not found by cCleaner, nor by malawarebytes. I rhink they are in the user files, and are often from Google (task bar) or Microsoft. Anyway SAS gets rid of them. One day I will try to programme cCleaner to go to the place where these usually are stored. I find these about once a week.(W7)

  Rodz 09:45 08 Sep 10

Thanks John

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