Where does Google Chrome store its cookies when running on Windows 7?
In Google Chrome go to:
Settings > Show Advanced Settings > Privacy and security > Content Settings > Cookies > See all cookies and site data
In addition to the location mentioned in another answer, Chrome also stores cookies at this location
It's at the following location:
You'll need a program like SQLite Database Browser to read it.
Chrome doesn't store cookies in separate text files in a cookies-directory like in IE; It stores all of the cookies together in a single file in the profile folder like Firefox. However, unlike Firefox, it does not use a plain-text file that can easily be edited; rather it stores them in an SQLite3 database in a file called—surprise, surprise—
Cookies in the User Data directory (e.g.,
You can use an SQLite editor to view or modify the cookies, but it is probably easier to just use the built-in editor at