Nowadays, a lot of people are using a cleaning software, so it's important to know how well a cleaning program performs the cleanup. Here you can test any cleaning software to see if it's really cleans any data stored in a Local Web Storage i.e a location on your computer where websites can store any kind of data e.g Cookies, Flash LSO etc.
We have tried to make this test simple and easy to understand as possible. However, before you take the test there are a few points that you should know:
• Almost all cleaning programs cannot delete browsing data while your browser is running.
• If you have installed Click&Clean and want to test another program, make sure you have deselected the
Delete private data when Chrome closes option.
Choose one of three photos below to save your choice in your browser's local web storage (see table below). Close the browser, launch your favourite cleaner and run cleanup. When cleaning is completed, launch your browser and go to this page again. Check test results in the "Local Web Storage" table below.
What Is Local Storage? When you visit a website, it can store and access a whole lot of data on your computer. Such data can be recorded as: Cookies; Local Storage; Indexed Database; WebSQL Database; Sanboxed Filesystem; Application Cache; Flash LSO, etc.
Where is Local Storage Data Stored? Local storage data are stored on your computer in a specific profile directory, which has different paths and names for different browsers.
How Long Local Storage Data Be Stored? Local storage data can be stored and accessed as long as possible and no expiration date can be set, except for Cookies.
How websites can track your internet activity? Make sure you have the enhanced private data protection.
Take the Privacy Test.