Products - Super Clear Cookies
Super Clear Cookies
A professional cookies cleaning tool. Super Clear Cookies clears unwanted cookies from a single website or domain name, or wipes all your browser cookies completely from Internet Explorer and Firefox.
Size: 1.14 MB
Date: May 10, 2012
Platform: Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7 (32-bit and 64-bit)
Clear All Your Cookies with One Click
Remove cookies by domain name or part of a domain. Do you want to achieve it? If so, Super Clear Cookies is perfect for you. For example, type "facebook" and press the "Delete Cookies" button, then you will easily and quickly wipe all cookies from www.facebook.com, login.facebook.com, and all sites that contain the word "facebook".
Super Clear Cookies is very helpful if a website or forum has banned you or is monitoring your online activity with tracking cookies. This powerful cookies cleaner can also wipe ALL cookies from Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox. Super Clear Cookies also allows you to un-ban yourself on many websites and "reset" your website status with a given domain. By safely wiping unwanted cookies from your PC, Super Clear Cookies provides you super protection guarding your online privacy.
- Only remove the useless cookies, and keep the rest
- Quickly and easily delete all Internet Explorer and Firefox cookies
- Clear stored website passwords or other stored site data of a given domain
- Prevent websites from tracking your online activities
- Perfect with Super Hide IP
Why Hide IP?
- Why Hide My IP
Many websites and software applications use your IP address to track and profile your online activity. When you connect to the Internet, your computer is assigned an IP address, which is your unique identification number on the Internet. This number may contain information about where you are located, who you are, and what programs are running on your computer.
- How to Hide My IP
Using Super Hide IP, you can conceal your identity online by showing these websites a "fake IP" located in a country of your choice, blocking hackers and prying eyes from knowing your true location or identity.