Date Added:May 06, 2011
Downloads Last Week:224
Product ranking:#45 in File Management
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Only operates manually
This is certainly low key and it works. I am hoping the the next release would have a simple timer.
Better would be a simple command-line /extension so that Task Manager could launch it periodically.
Wicked quick easy way to clean cookies, the auto clean all flash cookies is awesome!
Can't believe it's free!
Brings cookies into one place for easy editing
Criteria for deciding which to remove are not clear; you have to recognize teh source to decide whether to delete or ignore.
Very useful if you know what you want to do.
Easy to use, attractive interface, auto-updates, can be stored anywhere you like in your system, and carries a light footprint.
Advertisements on the opening splash screen (but no big deal, really)
I've been using the Firefox extension "Better Privacy" for some time now, and recently started using NirSoft's excellent "flashcookiesview", so I felt right at home with FlashCookieCleaner. The 3 programs all do the same thing, but go about it in different ways: whereas "Better Privacy" is a Firefox extension, it can only be accessed by opening the browser and drilling down a couple of menus to get to it. "flashcookieview" is more closely tied in with the OS (it displays the program interface using Notepad and stores protected cookies in your documents file) and is a fairly bare-bones program, lacking the flashy GUI that many users are accustomed to. With FlashCookieCleaner you get the benefits of the other 2 programs, including the ability to auto-clean all flash cookies, in an attractive package that's very easy to use. Simply choose the cookie you want to save and press the "Ignore" button.This moves it to the "Ignore File" , which saves the cookie and prevents future deletion by the program. Slick and easy. I'm not sure yet whether cookies in FlashCookieCleaner's Ignore File are protected from deletion by similar programs as I haven't had enough time to play with it yet; hopefully, it will be like Better Privacy, whose "protected folders" are not detected by the other programs - time will tell. In the meantime, if you don't use Firefox, ( or want another program to use for when it crashes) and prefer the look and features of a "consumer-friendly" tool (as opposed to the more technical operation and look of a "developer-type-tool), then FlashCookiesCleaner is for you. Highly recommended.
Much better than previous version, you can save needed cookies.
As I have no cons this is ten characters + to satisfy your ridiculous minimum and be allowed to post my review.
Good product, and you can't beat the price
Cleans all flash cookies
Cleans all flash cookies,
No safe list, deletes my pandora settings each time
Ok but there must be better
What? No pros for a do nothing program.
Does nothing that I can see. Just a waste of time.
I can't figure out what this is supposed to do. Any button hit returns, "No Flash cookies found."
Good other features with tools like software remover, disk wiper, restore, etc. All quick and easy to use.
Use in conjunction with other programs to try and get those cookies out no matter if they are good or bad. I am not sure there is a perfect program out there. The more the better!
When I go on line, it seems that everyone is throwing cookies at you. With this program I can sweep what there any time I want. Seems the world can't live without cookies?
Glad to have the extra help in deleting cookies
None at the moment
It can show you easily what cookies you have and where they are, so if a particular cookie is too persistent you can detect it.
It doesn't clean better that other cleaners. It doesn't offer the option of installing a shortcut (to double-check your cleaning with one click only) so you have to create it.
(My OS: Win 7 Pro. My skills level: Beginner)
I have read in several web sites that flash cookies are a kind of cookies very difficult to eliminate so the most of the cleaners fail, and that's why I downloaded Flash Cookie Cleaner. But I have scanned my computer with it, cleaned with CCleaner or WinASO and rescanned with Flash Cookie Cleaner, and the results of the second scan have been "ceros" or "ones" over and over, which means that Flash Cookie Cleaner doesn't clean better as they say. I created a shortcut and now I use Flash Cookie Cleaner as a double-checker to make sure that my other cleaners did a good job, and I'll start using it to help me to learn about cookies (why some are useful, which ones, where they use to be, etc.). Let's see how useful it may be for that...
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|Publisher web site||http://www.consumersoft.com|
|Release Date||February 17, 2014|
|Date Added||May 06, 2011|
|Category||Utilities & Operating Systems|
|Operating Systems||Windows XP/Vista/7/8|
|Downloads Last Week||224|
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