I can search for my cookies in Chrome with:


However, that only allows me to delete one at at time. Is there a way to select a number of cookies at the same time (without having to do a sub-search) and then delete them?

  • How can you even select the cookies without clicking on them once or typing their name? It's just one click on the trashcan icon and any cookie's deleted anyway, or first typing in the "Search Cookies" box to select some. Clicking the trash can once to delete would be faster & easier than a "click to select" then delete anyway. – Xen2050 Dec 28 '17 at 21:44

The current Chrome(Chromium) 63 has a "Search Cookies" box in the top right, where you can type in whatever cookies you want to only see, and below it shows a "REMOVE ALL SHOWN" to erase all those cookies at once:

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If your version doesn't have the search box (you should probably upgrade) you could try an extension to manage cookies, there appears to be dozens that change frequently, so a search & checking current reviews & trying out some might be another solution. There should be one that could auto-delete certain cookies, or you could just use the built-in blocklists & allow lists too.

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  • That's a good answer, but I was hoping not to have to do a sub search. I just want to scroll down the list, collect the cookies I don't want and delete them in one go. – Ghoul Fool Dec 28 '17 at 18:44

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