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Why do i need to Reboot everytime to remove Cookies

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Fortunately the only thing I ever find on my system is a few Tracking Cookies . What i cannot understand is that to remove them using Superantispyware it requires me to Reboot which I find annoying .

I am never using any other program when scanning so I do noy see how they can be active they are just small text files .

Is it Ok to ignore this message and leave things till I shut down my computer which I do every night .

Graesid

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Fortunately the only thing I ever find on my system is a few Tracking Cookies . What i cannot understand is that to remove them using Superantispyware it requires me to Reboot which I find annoying .

I am never using any other program when scanning so I do noy see how they can be active they are just small text files .

Is it Ok to ignore this message and leave things till I shut down my computer which I do every night .

Graesid

Do you have more than one account on your computer? You can leave the for the next reboot.

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Maybe not to claim the need of reboot so alarming.

Tracking cookies are not so much harmful,

having them do not stand for cumputer is infected.

BTW I have cookies at my admin account too, it is probably the reason

of my previously reported reboot request.

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Graesid

Do you have more than one account on your computer? You can leave the for the next reboot.

Yes I have an Admin account and a limited user account which I myself use most of the time . Thank you

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Maybe not to claim the need of reboot so alarming.

Tracking cookies are not so much harmful,

having them do not stand for cumputer is infected.

BTW I have cookies at my admin account too, it is probably the reason

of my previously reported reboot request.

Thank you

Yes I realize that these cookies do no harm , they do not bother me at all but if SAS finds them I think they may as well be deleted

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