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shel2004

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Hope this is the right forum. I occasionally delete my cookies. Usually I use the select all method then delete. Doing it one by one takes forever. But this time there was a file in there called DAT.file that could not be removed and I do not know what it is for. Also I did try to remove some of the cookies, but they kept copying themselves. I would remove 100 of them and they would come right back. They all read copy and a number after them. Any suggestions?
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That file is actually created by windows to index cookies. Thus it is not harmful in any way. Even you don't need to delete that. It would be recreated by windows whenever you delete.
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