Browser store some information from the websites you browse in its cache and cookies. Deleting cookies fix certain problems such as loading or formatting issues of the website.

There are mainly three cookies such as session, stored and third-party. Session cookies are temporary and get deleted once you end the session. Stored cookies keep track of your online preference such as login credentials. The third-party cookies are used to track the data about when you visit the website.

In this tutorial, we learn how to delete cookies for a particular website in Google Chrome.

Steps to delete cookies for a specific website in Google Chrome

Step 1: Launch Google Chrome, then click the Menu icon (three dots icon) at the top-right corner of the browser. Then select Settings. Select Settings from the drop-down menu. Otherwise use shortcut commands to navigate directly to settings.

Chrome settings

Step 2: Select Privacy and security from the listed options on the left of the page, then click Site Settings.

Google Chrome Privacy and Security options

Step 3: Scroll down, then select Cookies and site data.

Google Chrome Cookies and other site data

Step 4: Scroll down and select See all cookies and site data.

Google Chrome see all cookies and site data

Step 5: Identify the site whose cookies need to be deleted. Then select the Bin icon to delete the cookies.

Google Chrome delete cookies for the website


In this tutorial, we learned how to delete cookies of a specific website in Google Chrome. Thanks for reading, please provide your suggestions and feedback in the comment section.