The browser receives cookies from each web page when it is first visited. They are used to save the user’s settings and preferences. During repeated sessions, data is exchanged back, which allows sites to “identify” the user. Most cookies have a limited lifetime, but sometimes you need to clear them manually. Our experts tell you how to perform this operation for the Internet Explorer browser.
Using the keyboard shortcut “Win+R”, we open the ” Run ” dialog box. Type “inetcpl.cpl”in the text field. Click ” OK ” to launch the Internet properties applet included in the classic control panel.
The default settings window opens on the initial General tab. In the block indicated by the arrow in the screenshot, click the “Delete” button.
In the review history window that appears, we check for a check mark in the item marked with the number “1”. By default, cookies are deleted for all sites except those placed by the user in the “favorites” category. To clear them, remove the check mark in the area indicated by the arrow. Click the button marked with a triple and wait for the operation to complete.
Using the step-by-step instructions provided by our experts, you can clear the cookies accumulated in Internet Explorer in a few mouse clicks.