Solved types of cookies stored in Google chrome browser

March 29, 2016 at 16:14:20
Specs: Windows 10
I am looking at the cookies stored in chrome and I see some are classified as "data base storage", others are "service workers" and another is "cache storage" and one is "channel id." Most are "local storage. ' what does this all mean?

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#1
March 29, 2016 at 23:28:24
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#2
March 30, 2016 at 02:32:24
They didn't mention. "chocolate chip"...

(sorry, couldn't resist...)


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#3
March 30, 2016 at 03:35:09
Even Google won't give direct answer to identical question asked

https://productforums.google.com/fo...

Why do you need to know? In the future DO NOT DUPLICATE POST!!!!

http://www.computing.net/answers/wi...

i_Xp/Vista/W7/W10 User


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#4
March 30, 2016 at 11:14:38
A duplicate post appeared to be necessary in order for the
poster to get an answer to his question. He probably saw his
first thread slipping farther and farther down the list of recent
threads, slowly disappearing into the past. How else could
he get a useful reply but start a new thread?

-- Jeff, in Minneapolis


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#5
March 30, 2016 at 14:16:08
Fair comment - but also his tone of response wan't the most encouraging either (his last in his previous post).

I note we do seem to be attracting a lot of people here who feel it's OK to be rude, if not offensive even at times. This especially if/when there is either no reply to their post; or those that are offered are aren't to their liking, or don't turn out to be "the solution".

I did a wee trawl based on the info Nietzsche presented (in the previous post) and couldn't find anything to add to the limited responses in that previous post, nor to XpUser's here. Possibly a trawl (web search) using each type of cookie as a separate item "might" bring up useful info; but perhaps Nietzsche has already done that himself - to no avail?


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#6
March 30, 2016 at 16:48:31
Thanks for the help. I did come across this when I initially googled it, but was hoping to find a more detailed answer--but one in layman's terms. I also find it interesting that I posted this or similar questions on four other forums with no responses. And Google does not have a lot to say about it..... Thanks again.

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#7
March 30, 2016 at 16:49:03
"Why do you need to know?" Because I am curious....

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