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  1. Tracking cookies.

    Hi. Not long ago my internet connection became very slow and sluggish and I thought I had virus in my pc but as it turned out there were 260 tracking cookies which was removed by superantispyware and my internet connection was fine again. So I suggest you guys add a tracking cookies remover to the realtime protection. Instead of removing them after a scan they could just be removed automatically right after a browser is closed. That would be really handy cause I don't scan my pc that very often.
  2. As the title says. I looked around and saw that this was a known problem in 2011, but I didn't find anything more recent. It's just begun - well, stopped - with the most recent update, for me. I really like that the program will find and remove tracking cookies - it's the main reason I use it. Will this be fixed soon? Or, alternatively, is it a problem specific to me, and if so, any suggestions how to fix it? I do have the option enabled, I checked to make sure of that.
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