If you love surfing the web, cookies are something that you would be familiar with. In this article we’ll tell you how to delete cookies in Microsoft Edge.
For almost all desktop users in the world, the Internet is the sole reason why they can spend hours and hours on their PCs without batting an eye. The rest, are gamers. Just like you cannot imagine human anatomy without lungs, it is impossible to imagine the world without Internet and the World Wide Web or ‘www’ that we write before our website searches.
To further facilitate web surfing in Windows 10, Microsoft decided to introduce a significant upgrade on Internet Explorer by integrating a new web browser known as Microsoft Edge. This was particularly good news for veteran users and Windows fan boys who preferred to use Internet Explorer over newer web browsers such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox etc. because of being very familiar with them.
Microsoft Edge is a significant upgrade and a worthy successor to the Internet Explorer. Surfing in Microsoft Edge is fun so you we’d like you to meet cookies and in better words, know how to delete cookies in Microsoft Edge.
Cookies are small files that websites place on your computer to know about the way you like to surf the web. It includes collecting data about the websites you visit frequently and not forcing you to login again and again when you access certain websites that require login. This may be a good thing but cookies can sometimes put your security at risk by keeping a record of the websites you access regularly. To delete cookies in Microsoft Edge, simply follow the following steps.
Open Microsoft Edge and click on ‘More actions’ button in the top right corner of your screen. Then, click on ‘Choose what to clear’ under ‘Clear browsing data’ as shown in the image below.
Then, from the resulting list, check the box that says ‘Cookies and saved website data’ and then click on ‘Clear’ as shown in the image below.
Bingo! You’ve learned how to delete cookies in Microsoft Edge and that too in a matter of seconds.