Aug 6, 2020
August 07, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Hard Drive Recovery Associates, a data recovery service company based in Irvine, California, has recently posted an article on their blog site that shows how to clean up cookies in a number of web browsers. While cookies are usually harmless, they tend to occupy space in the hard drive and if they are allowed to accumulate, the space they occupy may become substantial. Also, advertisers may use these cookies to show the user certain products or services on his or her social media and email accounts. The steps to take on cleaning up those cookies will depend on the browser being used. The article shows how to clear up cookies in Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, and Opera. It also discusses how to use CCCleaner to eliminate files that the browser and apps create.
Meanwhile, Firefox offers more options than Chrome on customizing the settings. The user can manage the cookies being generated by Firefox by clicking on its Cookie Quick Manager button on its toolbar. This offers options to the user on what to do with each and every cookie.
With Safari, the built-in web browser for the Mac computer, it stores only those cookies from visited websites. And it is a simple process to clear cookies. This can be done by clicking the “Clear History” button in the menu bar. As for Opera, a browser that based on Chrome, users may have to perform a slightly unique procedure in accessing the options for cookies.
With regards to CCCleaner, it is not a browser but it is a tool for clearing out the clutter that may have accumulated in the computer due to web browsers, including temporary files, history logs, and cookies that store information about the user.
Meanwhile, Jack Edwards, a spokesperson for Hard Drive Recovery Associates, says, “In the process of cleaning your laptop, you may have overdone it and also deleted files you shouldn’t have. Don’t worry, we have you covered! Talk to us and see what services we offer to help you recover those important files.”
Hard Drive Recovery Associates offers data recovery services to users who have suffered loss of data for whatever reason and they want to recover those precious files. Loss of data is often due to hard drive failure, which is one of the most difficult situations for any user to deal with. But with the services that they are offering, there would be no need for users to panic or feel stressed. Most of the time, they are able to recover business documents, accounting data, family pictures, and other important files from the hard drive.
They can offer data recovery services for external drives and hard drives for laptop computers. While the portability of external hard drives and laptops is something that many people desire, it also tends to increase the possibility of hard disk failures. Fortunately, Hard Drive Recovery Associates offers expedited 24-hour laptop pickup and delivery to customers.
Another important category is Mac data recovery. This includes not just the MacBooks and the iMacs but also the iPhones and iPads. They have gained the experience and the skills on how to recover data from these devices.
And finally, they also offer server and RAID data recovery solutions. Servers and RAIDs continue to be used by businesses and other organizations and these will require special knowledge and expertise to recover data from failed servers and RAIDs but the experts at Hard Drive Recovery Associates are capable of doing it.
Those who are interested in knowing more about the hard drive recovery services that can be provided by Hard Drive Recovery Associates may want to visit their website, or contact them on the telephone, or through email. They are open 24 hours a day, every day of the week.
For more information about Hard Drive Recovery Associates, contact the company here:
Hard Drive Recovery Associates
12 Mauchly #7
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