IE9: How to Delete Cookies for a Single Domain

If you are experiencing problems while using a specific site, deleting the cookies for that site usually can help. Unfortunately, when using the normal method for deleting cookies, you end up deleting all of the cookies for all of the sites that you’ve visited. Not always a desirable thing to do. Here’s how to go about deleting cookies for a single domain, and ONLY for that domain.

1. Open Internet Explorer.

2. Go to the desired site.

3. Press F12 on your keyboard, this will open the developer tools at the bottom part of the IE application window.

4. Go to the developer tools menu and click Cache.

5. Select Clear cookies for domain.

6. When the confirmation window appears, click Yes.

 

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  • Anonymous

    This is a great tip for IE9 beta users! It’s helpful and easy-to-understand. We’d love to have you share your IE tips and tricks with us at http://www.twitter.com/IE or on the Internet Explorer page on Facebook, http://www.facebook.com/internetexplorer

    Thanks again for sharing!

    Cheers,
    Cassandra
    IE Outreach Team

    • http://www.tech-recipes.com David Kirk – Founder/Editor

      Like, wow, gosh, no, we haven’t. Because you really aren’t part of an “Outreach Team”, you are really part of the blog spam team.