Discussion in 'Off-Topic Discussion' started by ARMANDII, Jan 1, 2018.
Didn't think of using it for that
Sorry about that, I’ll be more considerate next time
No, it won't delete cookies. cos if you delete all your cookies, you'd have to enter e-mail address and password for sites that you regularly visit. Some cookies are useful as they store that information.
I think I know which computer you're using N.B. These are really difficult to remove cookies from, especially if eating biscuits and letting bits fall amongst the wheels.
How many times have we had to tell you about that already?
Or you could just download the free version of CC Cleaner and at the end of the day, if you use it, it will clear out and clean out all cookies in one operation, (taking seconds to do so), and well as checking on other systems such as your Registery which may have broken codes that require deleting........simple to use.
I've got CCleaner (still think of it by its original name ) but it wipes out any passwords you may have put in if you clear Cookies.
All my passwords are saved on site, or in a huge list on paper, and CC Cleaner cannot delete any passwords, such as mine saved on GC, at all.
This may be true, but with the Firefox system, I mentioned how important it is to save necessary cookies, by avoiding clicking on "remove all." As it too will do exactly that at a stroke. Well not quite, it'll ask you if you're sure? In case you clicked on it accidentally. I use this as a search engine, I seem to get less junk that way. DuckDuckGo — Privacy, simplified.
NASA's Mars Insight Mission - successfully landed 5 days ago - it's sent back 17 pictures in all - but there are only 3 different pictures from the 17 - looking at the lander and a rock on the surface. I was expecting a little more .
It's not a mobile device, clanless. It will carry out scientific experiments and tests, while also taking samples from drilling into the ground, so you will not see the images that we have seen from the Rovers.
Walking to Mold town centre today - I would like to present this years 'Miserable Git of the Year' award to the bloke in the black jacket walking past County Hall. Well done sir, thoroughly deserved .
Sorry about that, I've just got a lot of problems on my mind at this minute in time
Stop whinging, Jiffy.....besides it might have been me as I still visit Mold Courts to check on things.
Bought a pineapple today, for 79p, how do they do it for that price, bearing in mind it actually comes from outside the EU, so I'm guessing we dont have the benefits of having a DEAL with Costa Rica. Unlike the good DEALS we get from the EU. Anyway, they had loads of them, Del Monte Gold the label says, so why are they all dark green, ready to eat, it says, but I recon it needs about two weeks in a warm room to actually ripen, but its soft now? So where the hell does she get her Del Monte pineapples in this video? I only reallt bought it because the top looked healthy, and worth rooting.
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