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By using the Privacy settings, I assumed that All Cookies, Cache, etc., had been removed. CCleaner states differently.Before Signing off of the Net', I've been using the Privacy settings to clear all Cookies, Cache, etc. When I return to My Desktop, I ran Ccleaner, & it States the complete opposite, & Shows Cookies, Cache, etc. Which one is Correct?
Last updated 5 months ago
Why did Firefox change from automatically deleting Cache at 350 to now seemingly encouraging all kinds of cookies from all over the place????Firefox had an automatic setting that cleared the cache at 350. I would clear my cache every time I turned on my computer. Now, it seems to be encouraging cookies from everywhere and everyone with no limits all of a sudden. Why the switch? Why wouldn't I want to keep clearing my cache as I've always done? Why the switch, Firefox???
Last updated 4 months ago
"Cookies and Site Data" -- remember checkbox selections? If only want to clear Cache (d Web Content), have to always stop and un-check "Cookies and Site Data".Under Privacy settings, Cookies and Site Data -- with newest Firefox 60.0.1 release -- is there a way to have the modal box remember which checkboxes were selected the last time? I often clear the cache while testing, and now have to remember to always un-check the "Cookies and Site Data" item, so that only "Cached Web Content" is selected. Frustrating if you click too fast and forget to uncheck. I'm assuming the answer to this -- is "no" -- there's no way to do it. If so, where can this be submitted as a request?
Solved — Last updated 3 months ago
In Preferences->Privacy & Security->Cookies and Site Data->Manage Data... the list of cookies is empty, although I'm sure, there must be some cookies. My Firefox Version is 60.0.1 (64 bit) on Ubuntu. History is set to Firefox will never remember history. Accept cookies and site data from websites (recommended) is checked. Is this a bug? Or am I doing something wrong?
Last updated 4 months ago