How to Set Chrome to Clear Cookies on Exit Automatically
When every you visit the website, the browser stores the tiny pieces of information stored in your computer these cookies are harmless and don’t damage your system. That information like session-id of version pages.
But some of the people don’t want to store on their computer. You get rid of them by some different method, for example, clearing the cookies of specific websites by selecting that website. or alternative cleaning your browser history by also selecting the cookies and cache in your settings in your chrome menu. May some people get irritating through that process. Chrome is not only the browser that stores the cookies of the site. And chrome is the only browser which clears the cookies whenever you close the browser.
So in this article, I will tell you how to set chrome to clear cookies on exit by the automatical process.
How to Set Chrome to Clear Cookies on Exit
Just follow these steps to set your chrome to clear cookies on exit.
Step-1 Click on the “Three dots” icon in your chrome browser at there click on “Settings”.
Step-2 Now scroll down and click Advanced and then click on privacy and security. And then click on Site Settings.
Step-3 Now in Site Setting click on “Cookies and site data”.
Step-4 Now in Cookies and Site Data settings. Turn On toggle button of clear cookies and site data when you quit Chrome.
That all whenever you close the browser the cookies will automatically be clear.
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