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How to View Cookies in Google Chrome
- Open Google chrome browser.
- Click on the menu icon on the top right corner of the browser window.
- Click on the Settings option from the drop-down list.
- Once you are on the settings window, scroll down to Show advanced settings option and click on it.
- Scroll to the Privacy section.
- Click on the Content Settings Button.
- The content settings box will pop up.
- Scroll down to the cookies section.
- Click the All Cookies and Site Data button.
- Now, you can view the cookies of your computer.
How to View Cookies in Mozilla Firefox
- Open Mozilla firefox browser.
- Click the Tools option on the main menu of the browser.
- Click on the Option from the drop-down list.
- Go to the Privacy tab.
- Locate the Remove Individual Cookies.
- Now, you will get the cookies list in firefox.
How to View Cookies in Safari Browser
- Open Safari browser
- Click on the Action menu which looks like a gear button located on the top-right corner of the browser window.
- Select Preferences option from the drop-down list.
- Navigate to the Privacy tab.
- Click on the Details button.
- Now, you can see the cookies in your safari browser.
How to View Cookies in Internet Explorer
- Open Internet Explorer
- Click on Tools on the main menu of the browser.
- In the drop-down list, select Internet Options.
- Click on the Settings button under the Browsing history section in General tab.
- Click on the View Files button.
- Now, a window will open which contains your cookie files.
- Scroll down till you see the files named cookies.
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