Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox are both excellent, feature-rich, useful, good looking, most available web browsers out there those are being used by millions of people from across the globe. It doesn’t matter whether you are a power internet user or a regular user, you can certainly opt for any of these browsers. They are popular because of you can use them on almost any device including Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, etc. When you open a website in a browser, the website stores cookies to in the browser to improve user experience and provide better service in the next time when you open the same website. However, if you want to delete cookies from a particular site in Google Chroma and Firefox, here are the tricks you might need to follow.
Whenever you open a website, that particular site stores cookies in the browser. It can be an advertising related cookie, various API related cookie, social media sites’ cookie, etc. But it gets stored whenever you open a website in any browser. That cookie helps the advertising networks to serve better and relative ads. Having said that, you might want to delete cookies from a particular website for any reason. Therefore, you can follow these subsequent steps. There is no need to use any add-on or extension in the browser to get it done.
How to Delete Cookies of Particular Site in Google Chrome?
This is very easy and not much time to consume at all. You can delete cookies of any website without having any experience. At first, open the website in Google Chrome, where you want to delete the cookies from. Therefore, click on the green lock button (sites with https) or exclamatory sign (non-https sites). You should get an option called Cookies. Under that, you can find how many cookies are being served on that website. Click on that button.
Therefore, you can find a Remove button under the box where all cookies are listed down. After clicking on the Remove button, that cookie will be deleted immediately.
How to Delete Cookies of Particular Site in Firefox?
This is also another easy task to do. At first, open the Firefox browser, click on the three-dotted button visible on top right corner. Now, click on the Options button. On the next page, you should find Privacy on the left-hand side. Therefore, on the right-hand side, you can get an option called remove individual cookies under History tab. Click on that to get further options.
Now, search for the site in the search box. After getting the list of stored cookies, hit eh Remove All button to delete all cookies at once. Alternatively, you can select particular cookie and remove them one by one.
That’s it! This is as simple as said. Hope this little trick would be helpful for you.