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How can I keep my cookies?


Thereferee21
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I use Windows 7 and Google Chrome, i also have CCleaner.

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Ian

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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see here option 2

just keep the cookies for particular sites

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Thereferee21

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Hi Fruit Bat,

I may not have asked the right Question. What I am trying to do is save things like my name, address, phone number and other details rather than having to type them every time i go on the site.

Thanks

Ian

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rawprawn

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rawprawn

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Read the bottom of the Overview on the right hand side and download from the suggested site

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KRONOS the First

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I have used for many years this,Roboform, the free version will only remember 10 passwords but will hold all your personal info,address etc and fill in forms with one click.I have the Pro version and have always found it a simple program to use.

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rawprawn

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Like chronus, I use Roboform Pro Everywhere which is the best in my opinion. However Last Pass is very good for a free program.

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