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Cookie Files Location

Question: Where are cookie files actually stored on the hard disk?

Answer: The actual location of cookie files depends on the user's browser and OS. For example, Netscape Navigator 4.x under Windows stores all your cookies in a single file cookies.txt; a typical location of this file is the following:

c:\Program Files\Netscape\Users\Your_Name\cookies.txt
Internet Explorer 4.x stores each cookie in a separate file. The name of a cookie file is something like this: [email protected]. A typical location of cookie files in Internet Explorer 4.x is the following:
c:\Windows\Cookies\[email protected]

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