How To Delete Cookies Chrome
To manage cookies in Chrome, click the Chrome menu button (three horizontal bars at top right corner) then select “Settings” from the drop-down menu.
The Settings screen displays on a new tab. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click “Show advanced settings”.
In the Privacy section, click “Content settings”.
The Content Settings dialog box displays. In the Cookies section, click “All cookies and site data”.
The Cookies and site data dialog box displays, showing you how many cookies have been saved for each site that saved cookies on your computer. Each site has buttons representing each of the cookies (the Channel ID is a channel-bound cookie) for the site. To delete an individual cookie from a site, click one of the buttons and then click “Remove”. For example, we clicked the “id” button for the doubleclick.net site, a common advertising network. Details about the cookie display, including when the cookie expires.
To delete all the cookies from that site, click the “X” button to the right.
When you’re finished deleting cookies. Click “Done” on the Cookies and site data dialog box and again on the Content settings dialog box.
If you know you want to delete all cookies and website data, not individually, there’s a quick way to do this. On the Settings tab, click “Clear browsing data” under Privacy.
On the Clear browsing data dialog box, make sure the “Cookies and other site and plugin data” box is checked. You can also specify a time frame for which you want to delete the cookies from the drop-down list at the top of the dialog box. You can select from the past hour, the past day, the past week, the last 4 weeks, or the beginning of time. Once you’re ready to delete all your cookies, click “Clear browsing data”.