Delete cookies from Edge browser

Delete cookies from Edge.

There are several reasons why you might want to delete cookies in Microsoft Edge:
  1. Privacy concerns: Cookies are small text files that websites store on your computer to remember information about your browsing habits and preferences. While some cookies are harmless and useful, others can be used to track your online activities and gather personal information. Deleting cookies can help protect your privacy by removing this stored data.
  2. Security: Some cookies may contain sensitive information such as login credentials or payment details. If you're using a shared computer or concerned about security, deleting cookies regularly can help prevent unauthorized access to your accounts.
  3. Clearing website data: Deleting cookies also removes other website data, such as cached files and browsing history. This can help free up storage space and improve browser performance.
  4. Troubleshooting: If you're experiencing issues with a website, such as login problems or display errors, deleting cookies can sometimes resolve the problem. It allows you to start fresh with a clean slate, removing any stored data that might be causing conflicts.
It's worth noting that deleting cookies will sign you out of websites and remove any personalized settings. However, it can often be a beneficial step to maintain privacy, security, and smooth browsing experience.

This command deletes the cookies from Edge browser.

del C:\Users\%username%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Edge\"User Data"\Default\Network\Cookies

To download the command click here.
Once downlod complete, import it throw the import option in the Custom command section.

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