Step 1: Open Microsoft Edge
The first step in clearing your cookies is to open Microsoft Edge. You can do this by clicking on the Edge icon in your taskbar or by searching for “Microsoft Edge” in your Start menu.
Step 2: Access the Settings Menu
Next, you need to access the settings menu. You can do this by clicking on the three dots in the top right-hand corner of your screen and selecting “Settings” from the dropdown menu.
Step 3: Click on “Privacy, Search, and Services”
Once you’re in the settings menu, click on “Privacy, Search, and Services” on the left-hand side of the screen.
Step 4: Click on “Choose What to Clear”
Under the “Clear Browsing Data” section, click on the “Choose What to Clear” button.
Step 5: Select “Cookies and Other Site Data”
In the “Choose What to Clear” menu, select “Cookies and Other Site Data.”
Step 6: Click on “Clear Now”
Once you’ve selected “Cookies and Other Site Data,” click on the “Clear Now” button at the bottom of the menu.
Step 7: Confirm Your Choice
A pop-up window will appear asking you to confirm your choice. Click on “Clear Now” to confirm that you want to clear your cookies.
A: No, clearing your cookies will not delete your saved passwords. However, you may need to log in again to websites that you previously saved your login information for.
A: It’s a good idea to clear your cookies every few months or so to keep your browsing data fresh. However, you may want to clear them more frequently if you’re concerned about your privacy.
A: Clearing your cookies can help speed up your browsing, especially if you have a lot of them stored. This is because your browser won’t have to load as much data when you visit websites.
A: No, clearing your cookies will not delete your browsing history. However, you can choose to clear your browsing history in the same menu where you clear your cookies.
A: Cookies are used to store data about your browsing habits, such as your login information and website preferences. They’re also used by websites to track your activity and serve you targeted ads.