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How can I delete specific cookies from Google Chrome?

I have cookies from a website that recently got updated, and I need to clean up the existing cookies, but I don't want to delete any other cookies that I have in the browser.

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On Windows, press Ctrl+Shift-i. On OS X, press --i instead.

Alternatively, open the Developer Tools pane from the Tools menu.

Open the Resources pane, and delete the cookies you want to delete.

Chrome developer tools - delete cookies

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Ctrl+J for Chromium 17 on Linux, at least, opens the downloads page. Ctrl+Shift+I opens the inspector for reference. I don't know if the same shortcut is applicable for Windows, though. –  Reid Feb 25 '12 at 22:27
    
J (note: capital J) opens the dev-tools. j (note: lower j) opens download. –  akira Feb 26 '12 at 11:37
    
If you are still wondering, you can use the X marked button at the bottom or the delete button. –  Gokul N K Sep 10 '13 at 6:43

Consider use of cookies manages such as ChromeCookieView and CookieSpy. They are free. ChromeCookieView is very functional. CookieSpy shows cookies for not only for Chrome but and other browsers as well.

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  1. Open the Wrench Menu
  2. Navigate to Options -> Under the hood -> Content Settings -> Cookies
  3. Click All cookies and site data…
  4. Search for the site
  5. Click on the [+] to expand the site and view its cookies
  6. You can delete either a specific cookie for the site or the site and all of its cookies
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I think the Wrench Menu is gone now. –  kevinarpe Sep 9 '13 at 12:09

I use Cookie Monster for managing cookies for all my browsers, not just Chrome.

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Consider using Cookie Editor extension.

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