Reducing cookies

  3tg 19:07 15 Apr 2003
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Is there a way to reduce the amount fo cookies that are stored on my computer ?. Thank you in anticipation of your response. Cheers

  3tg 19:09 15 Apr 2003

I forgot to add, I empty them out on a regular basis I would just like to reduce the number getting in, cheers.

  3tg 19:11 15 Apr 2003

I forgot to add, I empty them out on a regular basis I would just like to reduce the number getting in, cheers.

  3tg 19:12 15 Apr 2003

oops, pressed the button twice ! silly me

  hoverman 19:13 15 Apr 2003

The only thing I can think of is to avoid connecting to the Internet.

  VoG™ 19:23 15 Apr 2003

In Internet Explorer, Tools/Internen Options, Privacy tab.

Click the advanced cbutton and change the options to what you will.

HOWEVER doing this may restrict your access to certain sites that require you to accept cookies.

  Audeal 19:24 15 Apr 2003

You can control the cookies from this link. click here . It is called Cookie Wall and is "Fantastic" in controlling them. When ever a cookie attempts to insert itself on your machine a popup window will warn you of it and give you three options, Keep, Delete and temporarily keep. Give it a try.

  3tg 21:34 16 Apr 2003

Vog, I did that and for some reason it had been changed and I have reset it.Hoverman, a bit funny !!! and Audeal, thanks I have downloaded the cookie wall to give it a try. This forum certainly helps me, Cheers.

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