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Cookies with Firefox and Chrome

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#1 Nora10514


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Posted 21 February 2018 - 10:02 PM

Firefox is my default browser and the only browser I had on my laptop.  I ran all application including the app for work with Firefox.  Recently a new version of my work app was released and I was told to run it with Chrome.  All data was ported from the old app into the new app.  The new app running with Chrome is having some problems.  I was told that this was due to the fact that I did not delete my cookies. Any cookies on my computer were created while using Firefox.  However, I did try to remove all data using "tools" in Chrome.  I did not go into Firefox to do the same.  Do I need to?


My questions are:  Must I also go into Firefox to remove cookies or was removing browsing data in Chrome sufficient.  Is it possible that the cookies that were created while using Firefox are affecting the new app that I am running in Chrome?  I still use all my applications (except the new work app) with Firefox.  I only use the new work app with Chrome.  I would rather not remove all my cookies because the last time I did I lost the ability to automatically login to my Firefox apps.  Can someone answer these questions??  thanks.

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