Janisum, on 19 March 2010 - 08:22 AM, said:
I never do open anything unless I know who it is from. I can just tell by the subject line that it's a phishing or spam mail and it immediately is trashed. Can you give me an idea of how I can check to see if I am storing all cookies? I usually clean them out everyday but then I see them still stored when I clean the next time.
I'm going to a laptop with all new hardware here soon. Am hoping to keep it clean and free of all spam or at least as much as I can. This computer was given to me and another person installed the programs. Not a good idea!! I want to thank all of you for giving me tid bits. It's great to know others care.. Janisum
Cookies are not really related to email messages at all.
They can be used for both good and bad things.
Cookies are stored by your browser.
This page will tell you how to control cookies with your browser: http://www.aboutcook...ult.aspx?page=1
You might also find this useful: http://www.aboutcook...ult.aspx?page=5
Good riddance PCWorld.