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Charles East

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  1. Hi Yes I use the Option>Cookies part a lot and try to make sure all of my regualrly used pages are moved to the 'Cookies to Keep' section. However, at the moment, when I open a new web page that has a cookie that I want to keep I have to close CCleaner and re-open it before it wil show in the cookies section. So my suggestion is to have a refresh button that will show all the new cookies. I am not a teccy, so please do let me know if I need to clarify my point? Charles
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