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Here is how you can do this on different devices or browsers:
How Do I Delete Cookies?
Whether for a computer issue, privacy or another reason, clearing cookies is a pretty simple task in any popular browser.
You can usually delete cookies from thePrivacyorHistoryarea, available from theSettingsorOptionsmenu in the browser. In most browsers, the same menu can be reached through the Ctrl+Shift+Del keyboard shortcut, or Command+Shift+Del if you're on a Mac.
The steps involved in deleting cookies differ considerably depending on what web browser we're talking about. Below are some browser-specific cookie clearing tutorials.
Android APP: Clear Browsing Data
1. Open your device and go to Settings.
2. Go to Apps,
3. Locate ClubV1 Members Hub
5. Storage – Clear Data
6. Cache – Clear Cache.
Chrome: Clear Browsing Data
Deleting the cookies in Google Chrome is done through theClear browsing data section, which is accessible throughSettings. After you choose what you want to delete, like Cookies and other site data, confirm it with a click or tap of the CLEAR DATA button.
Tip: If you're looking to delete all the saved password in Chrome, you can do that by picking the Passwords option.
Firefox: Clear All History
Delete cookies in Mozilla's Firefox browser through theClear Datawindow of itsOptionssection. Choose the Cookies and Site Data option and then the Clear button to erase the cookies in Firefox.
The easiest way to get to a similar window in Firefox is with the Ctrl+Shift+Del(Windows) or Command+Shift+Del (Mac) keyboard shortcut. Another way is through the three-lined menu at the top right of the browser—choose Options > Privacy & Security > Clear Data...to open theClear Data section.
If you're using the mobile Firefox browser, you can delete the cookies through Settings > Clear Private Data via the menu button at the bottom of the app. Choose Cookies(and anything else you want to delete, like the browsing history and/or cache) and then tap the Clear Private Data button to delete them (and confirm it with an OK)
Microsoft Edge: Clear Browsing Data
To delete the cookies in the Windows 10 Microsoft Edge browser, use theClear browsing datawindow fromSettingsto select the option called Cookies and saved website data. Clear them out with the Clear button.
The Ctrl+Shift+Del keyboard shortcut is definitely the quickest way to get to theClear browsing datascreen in Microsoft Edge. However, you can also get there manually through the menu button on the top right of the screen (calledHub—the one that has three horizontal dots). From there, go to Settings and click or tap the Choose what to clear button.
Using the mobile Edge app? Open the menu button at the bottom of the app, navigate to Settings > Privacy > Clear browsing data, and enable everything you want to remove. You can pick from Cookies and site data,Form data,Cache, and more. Tap Clear browsing data and then Clearto finish up.
Internet Explorer: Delete Browsing History
TheDelete Browsing Historysection of Internet Explorer is where you delete the cookies. Click or tap the things you want to delete and then use the Delete button to clear them. The option for cookies is called Cookies and website data—if you want to delete all the saved passwords, place a check in the Passwords box.
The fastest way to get to this screen in Internet Explorer is to use the Ctrl+Shift+Del keyboard shortcut. The other way is manually, through the settings button (the gear icon at the top right of Internet Explorer), then the Internet optionsmenu item. In theGeneral tab, under theBrowsing historysection, click the Delete...button.
Safari: Cookies and Other Website Data
Deleting the cookies in Apple's Safari web browser is done through thePrivacysection ofPreferences, under theCookies and website datasection (calledCookies and other website data in Windows). Click or tap Manage Website Data...(Mac) or Remove All Website Data...(Windows), and then choose Remove All to delete all the cookies.
If you're on macOS, you can get to this section of the browser's settings through the Safari > Preferences...menu item. In Windows, use theAction menu (the gear icon at the upper-right corner of Safari) to select the Preferences...option.
Then, choose the Privacy tab. The buttons I mentioned above are in thisPrivacywindow.
If you want to delete cookies from specific websites, choose the site(s) from the list or click/tap the Details...button (in Windows), and select Remove to delete them.
To delete the cookies on the mobile Safari browser, like on an iPhone, start by opening the Settings app. Scroll down and tap on the Safari link, then scroll down on that new page and tap Clear History and Website Data. Confirm that you want to remove the cookies, browsing history, and other data by tapping the Clear History and Data button.
Opera: Clear Browsing Data
The setting to delete cookies in Opera is found in theClear browsing datapart of the browser, which is a section ofSettings. Place a check next to Cookies and other site data, and then click or tap Clear browsing data to delete the cookies.
A super quick way to get to theClear browsing datasection in Opera is by using the Ctrl+Shift+Del keyboard shortcut. Another way is with the Menu button, through Settings > Privacy & security > Clear browsing data....
To removeall the cookies from every website, be sure to choose the beginning of time from theObliterate the following items from:option at the top of theClear browsing datapop-up.
You can delete the cookies from the mobile Opera browser, too. Tap on the red Opera button from the bottom menu and then choose Settings > Clear.... Tap Clear Cookies and Data and then Yes to delete all of the cookies Opera has stored.