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Auto Clean Flash Cookies From Your Computer

Flash Player is probably the most widely used browser plug-in on the planet. Still it is an indispensable tool for watching web videos, playing games and animations. But the problem is that it can also be used for tracking your online activities by using Flash cookies (Flash local storage objects). Here is how to auto clean flash cookies from your computer.

Usually Flash cookies are used for legitimate purpose, for example, recording your high score in online games. However, some of them are used to spy on your online activities, which may threaten your privacy.

Of course, you can delete flash cookies by going to Adobe's Flash Settings Manager, but for a beginner it is bit-complicated process. With GrekSoft Flash Cookie Remover, you can remove flash cookies automatically.

GrekSoft Flash Cookie Remover is a tiny tool. To use it, run it and click “Load Cookies” button. It’ll list all cookies. You can delete each one by selecting each one and clicking “Delete” button.

To automatically clean Flash cookies, click on “Auto Clean Settings” button. In the popup window, tick the box against “Enable Flash Cookie Auto Clean” and choose a time from the dropdown menu. [Via – Techtrickz]

You may also like:

How to use CCleaner to delete Flash Cookies?

How to Set up Chrome to Delete Flash Cookies?

You can download GrekSoft Flash Cookie Remover from developer’s website here.


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