NiallNiall Posts: 10,552 Superuser
edited January 26 in Knowledge Base articles
Here is a step by step guide for Google Chrome
1 First click on "Customise and control Google Chrome" from the symbol top right66c1e744-8254-4830-bf67-7bafba56a6e1.png
2 select "Settings"
3 select "content settings"a4d523b9-8331-47d0-a8ed-1b6e0385c464.jpg
4 select "All cookies and site data"5449e881-f88c-4e1e-986a-1a30b98a0764.jpg
5 in "search cookies" enter 'tomtom' (case sensative) then click on the "X" when highlighted to delete the cookie
Firefox IE (9,10,11)
Open Internet Explorer
  • Click on the Tools button in the top right hand corner
  • Select Internet Options
  • Find 'Browsing History'
  • Click on Settings
  • Click View Files

The folder contains all stored cookies (All files beginning with 'cookie:'). These can then be individually deleted.
Microsoft Edge

I'd like to point out a major limitation of Edge. You cannot manage cookies by site or individual cookies, like you can in Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer. All you can do is delete all cookies and saved website data.

  1. Open the “Settings” app and tap on “Safari”
  2. Scroll to the bottom and tap on “Advanced”
  3. Tap “Website Data”
  4. Tap “Edit” in the upper right corner, then tap the red (-) minus symbol next to the individual website you wish to remove cookies from followed by the “Delete” button
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  • bigbig Posts: 1,552 Superuser
    Safari on a Mac:

    1) In Safari, go to the Safari Menu and Select "Preferences..."
    2) Select the "Privacy" Section
    3) Click on "Manage Website Data"
    4) Search for tom-tom
    5) In the resulting list, Select the Entry you with to remove and click on "Remove"
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