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Clear All Cookies Button, an Extension to Delete Cookies in Firefox

As known by all, cookies are small data stored by websites inside the browser for recognizing you each time you visit a site. After surfing a web site or doing some web development, sometimes it may be necessary for you to delete cookies of that particular site from your computer. Though deleting cookies isn’t complicated, it would become an annoyance if you want to do it frequently. Of course, Private Browsing can be an option but, requires us to be opening and closing the window, so it was not bad to have other more flexible options.

If you are working with Firefox, there is an extension called “Clear All Cookies Button” that adds a button to Firefox to clear all cookies. I think this simple extension can save our considerable time whenever we want to manage cookies session.

Clear All Cookies Button for Firefox is simple to use. After installing this restartless extension, it adds a button to Firefox’s add-on bar. Just left click this button to delete all cookies and if you want to see cookies details just right click on the button.

Clear All Cookies Button is a simple extension that may help you when in need. You can install this extension from Mozilla add-on website.


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