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HI

Could use some advise. I have had Gator Wallet on my PC for years as I like its' memory features. I know it is considered obtrusive SpyWare. I followed Kim Komando's idea and installed AdWare and Spybot and they of course wiped out Gator.Wallet.

Do you know of any program available similar to GatorWallet that would be compatible with the newly installed AdWare & Spybot? Perhaps there is Shareware or a commercial program meeting similarfeatures as Gator.Wallet?

Your help will be appreciated.

Thanks

Ralph

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This question was answered on October 25, 2004. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

Understanding cookies

Some Web sites store information in a small text file on your computer This file is called a cookie.

There are several types of cookies, and you can choose whether to allow some, none, or all of them to be saved on your computer If you do not allow cookies at all, you may not be able to view some Web sites or take advantage of customization features (such as local news and weather, or stock quotes).

i would stay away from gator wallet or any other spyware or software that i'm unfamiliar with cookies are the OS installed cache, is recommended.

i hope this clarify somethings,

good luck

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Posted by christopher of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on October 25, 2004