Category: Computers > Operating Systems
Asked by: kimiekimbow-ga
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06 May 2004 07:41 PDT
Expires: 05 Jun 2004 07:41 PDT
Question ID: 342041
I changed my cookies on my computer from medium block to medium high block, since I found a lot of adware. Will this change the way my computer works as far as my using it? Will it keep my from being able to do anything?
Re: computers cookies
Answered By: cubist-ga on 06 May 2004 11:55 PDT
Hi, It will block internet cookies while you are surfing the web. This means that information you entered (like passwords, usernames and others) on the web will not be stored in a cookie. This means that you will have to logon each time you visit a webpage (like hotmail, Google Answers). This will not change the way your computer works, it will just not save any personal information on your disk while surfing the web. When you want to remove adware, or malicious cookies, you should use Ad-aware. Just deleting your cookies, or setting high block for cookies, will NOT remove AD-ware. If you have any more questions, feel free to ask, Hope this helps you out, Greetings, Cubist
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i did also ad adware remover. thanks!
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