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Default Tired of delete cookie manually? Use this BAT file to delelte Cookie in one click

1. Check your windown account name, enter it into the script
2. Copy paste the scrips into a notepad file
3. Save as xxx.bat (extension name is .bat)
4. Run this bat file to delete Internet Cookie and Flash Cookie in one shot.


@ECHO OFF
cd C:\Documents and Settings\[your Windown accout]\Cookies
del *.*
cd/
cd C:\Documents and Settings\[your Windown accout]\Application Data\Macromedia\Flash Player\#SharedObjects
del *.* /S /Q
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very nice if it works!
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it is tested and working, but have no time to make it prettier, still working on new eBay account.
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Hi there,

Just wondering, how about for Macintosh computers?
What's the best way to cover my tracks?

I tried installing firefox on this Powerbook, but for some reason it won't ever let me.
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Tested Ccleaner and IE Privacy Keeper.
Both does the same work perfectly, erase cookies and flash cookies too.
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Arrow CCLeaner

I am using CCleaner. It is one of the greatest freeware tools I have ever found online.

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It is available in many different languages, completely free and cleans your registry as well as temporary internet files, cookies and everyhting, even for multiple browser. In fact you don't even have to open and run the software. Just right click on your trash bin on the desktop and say 'run ccleaner'.

I am running this software before and after I have used eBay and/or PayPal. Works great for me. Furthermore, there are some people out there who should really clean their harddrive every once in a while. I installed the software on my moms computer the other day and CCleaner was able to delte more than 500 MB in temporary files, cookies etc.
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Flash cookies are stored in a special directory depending on the operating system on the client machine. They are arranged in directories according to the site that placed them on the computer (look for a file with a .SOL extension):

* Windows C:\Documents and Settings\[username]\Application Data\Macromedia\Flash Player
* Macintosh OSX /Users/[username]/Library/Preferences/Macromedia/Flash Player
* GNU-Linux ~/.macromedia

EPIC Flash Cookie Page
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Default Can't find Application Data section

So I go into C:/Documents and Setting/username/ but then I don't see an option to click on ApplicationData? Am I missing something?
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Originally Posted by brokebackebay View Post
So I go into C:/Documents and Setting/username/ but then I don't see an option to click on ApplicationData? Am I missing something?

you need to show hidden files on your computer.
in XP go to

tools
folder options
view tab
click on show hidden files and folders in the list and then click apply then it should show up for you.
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hi i need a little help, am i right in saying that i dont need to clear my cookies if im using different user account, but im using different user accounts on my laptop do i need to run the ccleaner each time i finish with one user account (after using ebay) before i go to another (so like every day)?
or is just when i create a new account? so if ive finished opening one account do i run the cleaner on that same account before a registering a new user account? any help
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You shouldn't ever use CCleaner if you use different user accounts, if an ebay account gets suspended, delete that user account on your computer and make a new one.
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ok so i dont need the ccleaner at all ? what about clearing my private data each time i sign off i dont need to do that aswell? since im using different user accounts
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That is correct, when you use different user accounts, you do NOT need to clear private data each time you sign off or at all.
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