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starchild

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I just looked this up, I had downloaded it long ago when I first had a computer and wasn't sure how to use it then.

Turns out it's only a free trial and then has to be "bought".

Since I'm on a very limited budget, I try to find things that are FREE.

Anyone know the name of something similar that is free?

I would like to set it up so I can save some cookies (I want, like T.V.Guide Channel settings) and get rid of the rest, without having to go over them one by one.

Thanks,
Carrie
 
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SC,

Try looking here.

http:\\www.analogx.com

I use cookiewall and can then either delete them automatically, accept automatically, or accept temporarily.
 

bassetman

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I agree with cnm! It even checks for new cookies since you ran it last, not just while it is running. :D

John
 
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