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I think I may have asked this before but can't find. Why does SAS have to reboot to clear infection?Is it OK to leave the clearing until shutting down PC for the day and will the next day start up be reboot?. They are only tracking cookies

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I think I may have asked this before but can't find. Why does SAS have to reboot to clear infection?Is it OK to leave the clearing until shutting down PC for the day and will the next day start up be reboot?. They are only tracking cookies

You can leave it on and reboot later if you wish, as long as you don't re-scan - the only time a reboot is required is if items are inuse to ensure they are properly deleted.

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Why do SAS also have to reboot to remove tracking cookies?

If the files that store the cookies are in-use, a reboot is required.

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