Date Added:May 22, 2001
Downloads Last Week:1
Seems to work fine but...
My Avg 2011 see's it as a Trojan. Did a search and it seems there is some Trojan out there with a similar name. Is it a mix up or ???
easy to use.Works great with Win Xp
dumb sounds. Not compatable with Vista.
It didn't crash my machine. Other than that, it has no redeeming value.
It pretends to allow you to delete cookies separately, or in groups, by selecting individual cookies and selecting delete, but this doesn't work. The cookies remain. The ONLY thing that works is deleting ALL cookies. This can be accomplished very simply through the Explorer itself. It is hard to imagine why download.com allowed this software on their site.
Give this product 4 stars because its average and good enough for cleaning cache and cookies. For normal and basic users after browsing or while broswing that u can open it on stray simply right click on the cookie and choose delete cookies/cache. And it did really works to clean up cookies and cache.
Another good one it's free as well which is iTsystem wiper, and which is more functions compared with cookie monster.
This program works a dream for the user wanting to either remove all their cookies or remove most and leave the few they trust on their hard drive. The options and interface are clear and it's a quick and smooth process. Excellent and full options for a free piece of software.
This isn't a con of the actual piece of software itself - but a valid point anyway: unless your only requirement in cleaning up your harddrive and protecting your privacy is to remove cookies then it is much more worth your time to get an all in one as many all in ones have exactly the same cookie options alongside their other utilities. HOWEVER, for it's purpose cookiemonster does not actually have any major flaws at all, and is an excellent program in my opinion.
Works great, easy to use and its does it job just as described with just simply a click by deleting all those cookie's and cache of ya PC.
I selected some cookies, but it didn't delete; it deselected! I don't want to get rid of all my cookies, if I would, I wouldn't need a program for that!!
I'm glad it had a decent deinstaller...
Well, I don't know what the heck the negative feedbackers are talking about. This program deleted all of the cookies on my computer in one click. It's really fast and easy to use, too. All ya gotta do is right click it in the tool bar (bottom right hand corner of the screen) while you are browsing, choose "open cookie control box" and then you click "Delete all cookies". And...*drumroll*...all cookies are out of your computer.
I've tried all the freeware to delete cookies out there, as far as I can tell and ecleaner was the one that deleted all my cookies except 4 my Tempory Internet Files and the recycle bin. The Cookie Monster II didn't even come close. It only deleted 1/4 of all my cookies. All I want to say is, Finally I can say this(to the manufacturers): why Bother making something if it Doesn't work - you are Really Wasting Our TIME - its Really Hard to keep up with LIFE - never mind downloading something that just Doesn't Work!!
Don't download! This thing messed up my computer, a program I need for work wont run after installing this piece of technology. 4 hours later and I still can't figure out what it did to my system.
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|Publisher||Angry Toddler Software|
|Publisher web site||http://www.angrytoddlersoftware.com|
|Release Date||May 22, 2001|
|Date Added||May 22, 2001|
|Subcategory||Internet Explorer Add-ons & Plugins|
|Operating Systems||Windows 95/98/NT/2000|
|Additional Requirements||Windows 95/98/NT/2000|
|Downloads Last Week||1|