Clear Internet Cache & Cookies for particular domain only in IE, quickly

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  1. This information, as my favorite Vulcan, Mr. Spock, would no doubt say, is:

    “Fascinating!” It’s also very interesting, and informative. Will definitely use this. 🙂

  2. Thanks for the tip. This feature is one of my favorites while browsing with Firefox. I’m glad it’s implemented in IE too.

  3. I am having an issue with certain browsers and this is helping out..Do you know of a systemic way to run this via a webpage so I can clear these without having to walk it through with an end user?

  4. I stayed at a hotel last week and after returning home I still got the captive portal domain name appearing momentarily in each tab that opens.
    Tried using these tips but alas… still there. It’s not hijacking anything, just annoying.

  5. Start Developer Tools (F12) > Press Ctrl 4 (or select Network Tab from the left nav) > You have these options on the Developer Tools horizontal menu bar. Hover mouse over them and pick the right one.

  6. This is not instructions for Windows 8.1, because when you press F12 at the site you need to delete the cookies for, there is no CACHE. What you see is DOM Explorer, Console, Debugger, Network, UI Responsiveness, Profiler, Memory, Emulation for Internet Explorer 11

  7. This is not instructions for Windows 8.1, because when you press F12 at the site you need to delete the cookies for, there is no CACHE. What you see is DOM Explorer, Console, Debugger, Network, UI Responsiveness, Profiler, Memory, Emulation. This on Internet Explorer 11. And, when, then, you select NETWORK, and slide along the horizontal bar you see :

    Export Captured, Always Refresh from Server, Clear Browser Cache Control R (but this has a Red X on it.) Clear Cookies for Domain (but that is greyed out.) and Clear Entries on Navigate (but that is greyed out with a grey X.)

  8. Way kewel! Now, how about a way to do the same in Chrome, and Firefox? Please?? Pretty please??? 🙂

  9. I am with NavyFlyer1325 regarding his question.

    How to do that in Firefox and Chrome browsers?

  10. It’s worth mentioning that if you use a InPrivate window; all of your stored cookies will be ignored for any URL you open in that window.

    I just think some web developers may be here because they’re testing and want to delete domain/session cookies to appear as if they are a first time user, for testing purposes, and may want to consider using the InPrivate windows instead of deleting domain cookies.

  11. You can use the last set of instructions to delete cache and cookies in Edge as well; press F12 and use the buttons on the toolbar in the network tab

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