eCleaner (Forget Button) Quickly delete your browser history, cookies, cache, downloads, forms, and passwords
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The "eCleaner (Forget Button)" browser extension is a tool for safeguarding your online privacy. With just a single click, this powerful extension enables you to effortlessly wipe away various traces of your browsing activity from a specified time frame. From recent applications and browser cache to cookies, download lists, form data, and more, "eCleaner" covers all aspects of cleaning to ensure your digital footprint remains spotless. Whether you want to clear browser history, remove stored certificates, or even tackle passwords (with caution), this extension offers comprehensive control to keep your online presence private and secure.



  1. What is "eCleaner (Forget Button)" extension and how does it work?

    With the "eCleaner (Forget Button)" extension, you can erase all traces that your browser may store during your session, precisely according to the time frame you specify. This extension serves as a convenient forget button, allowing you to wipe out unwanted data. However, exercise caution when considering the option to wipe all stored data for all time. While this extension offers comprehensive cleaning capabilities, there are certain sensitive areas that you might want to avoid wiping. The extension will provide warnings and seek confirmation before allowing you to erase data from these sensitive areas, ensuring your experience remains safe.

  2. Instead of using eCleaner to occasionally clean one type of resource, is it possible to have a single-button cleaner tool for this purpose?

    If you use one cleaner a lot or on a daily basis, use these alternative quick buttons:

    Every tool has an action button that allows you to erase one type of resource from your browser. By default, the cleaning process only targets data stored in the last seven days. However, you can set a custom period for the cleaning task through the options page. The default cleaning zone is set to the "normal browsing" zone, but you can adjust this option on the options page to suit your preferences.

  3. Which types of fingerprints can this extension clean?

    One traditional method of fingerprinting a user involves storing a unique ID in a hostname-based cookie, localStorage, or other types of browser storage. The extension provides the option to delete various data types that the browser can store, such as application cache and databases like IndexDB. Furthermore, this extension allows you to delete recently stored passwords. When you access the panel, a few data types are pre-selected by default, typically including the ones you would prefer to clean.

  4. Why are there different zones in the extension, and what is the meaning of them?

    In Chromium-based browsers, the extension incorporates three distinct storage zones, each having its separate container. Understanding the meaning of each zone is important. By default, it is recommended to clean the "Normal Website" zone.

    • Normal Website Zone: This zone serves as a repository for various data types stored by regular websites.
    • Protected Website Zone: Websites installed as hosted applications use this zone to store data.
    • Extensions Zone: This zone is designated for installed extensions and packaged applications to store data. It is highly unlikely that you will need to wipe data from this area, so exercise extra caution when using this zone.

  5. Why does the extension not retain my selected options, requiring me to reselect them each time I open the panel?

    The extension operates in this manner to ensure your protection. By default, it selects all the harmless items for you, providing an added layer of security.

  6. Is it possible to automate the cleaning process when the browser is about to exit?

    Yes, starting from version 0.1.5, you can create a customized cleaning job that will be executed when all browser windows are closed. To set up a new cleaning job, open the popup and define your preferred settings. Once done, click the "Clean on Exit" button to activate the automated task, which will trigger every time you exit the browser with no open windows. If you wish to cancel this automated job, navigate to the settings page and uncheck the action.

  7. The latest version of the "Cookie Cleaner" extension shows a floating interface whenever I click the action button. I preferred the previous behavior where the extension would clear browser cookies with just one click. Can I revert to the old behavior?

    You can revert to the old behavior. In the floating interface, there is a checkbox located at the bottom specifically for this purpose. If you check this item, the extension will perform the cleaning without opening the interface. If you wish to see the interface again and revert to the single-click behavior, go to the options page and uncheck this feature.

  8. Can I execute the cleaning process using a keyboard shortcut instead of clicking the action button?

    You can assign a custom keyboard shortcut for each button. To do this, open a new browser tab and enter "chrome://extensions/shortcuts" in the address bar. Locate the extension in the list and click on the edit button. From there, you can set a new shortcut for the action button, allowing you to perform the cleaning with just a keystroke.

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    eCleaner (Forget Button) is a web browser extension that allows the users to clear the traces of browsing of a specified time. The extension supports almost all possible cleanings such as cache, history, cookies, and so on. This extension is capable of wiping the recent application cache, wiping the recent browser cache, wiping the recent browser cookies, wiping the recent download list, wiping the recent stored files, wiping the recent form data, wiping the recent browser history, wiping the recent Indexed databases, wiping the recent local storage, wiping the recent stored certificates, wiping the recent passwords, wiping the recent stored plugins' data and wiping the recent Service Worker fingerprints and much more.

    By default, this extension clears data of last seven days but this can be customized according to the needs of the users. Also the default cleaning zone is "normal browsing" zone, this option is also adjustable from the UI. For your protection and to save you from any sort of panic, this extension allows you to choose what to clear each time you open this add-on, so that no harmless files are deleted. eCleaner is a complete solution packed with all the tools you need for clearing purposes. It is one of the growing extensions of the same category.

    This add-on supports more web browsers and works perfectly fine on almost every operating software making it a universal add-on. Now you can easily clear all your history, passwords, cache, app data or anything else in a single click with eCleaner.

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