This IS needed. It is a form of user protection. There's no other option to clear cookies other than this.
Not true. You can still navigate to the cookie store on disk and delete the cookies there. So by your logic, having it in a menu is just a convenience feature, something WANTED but "NOT NEEDED". Even browsing the Internet in a graphical browser can be extrapolated to a mere convenience. If I'm not mistaken, convenience is part of the whole reason we use computers.
All I can say is the future looks bright no matter what my clock says. It's 6:30pm and nearly dark outside, there is snow on the ground, and later tonight it's time to set the clocks forward. Is it Spring already? Just another reminder of the years going by! I'm still working on my Web Shell Java/XML Framework; any help on IOVAR is appreciated.
As to the local time: my first instinct is to say I hope we don't change the law at this point. Best to continue to practice Daylight Savings Time like our neighboring states in order to ease confusion, although I am in favor of abolishment on a larger scale.
Users like myself who are on a metered connection also suffer, but in a slightly different way. All those pesky videos that (partially) download on page load when you're just trying to read a news article. The bandwidth is plenty fast, which actually exacerbates the problem. How is it that Chrome provides a switch to turn off images, but not videos?
Another commenter here talked about pipelining. Again, this comes back to a lack of proper browsing features in our de-facto web browser, Chrome. We want power options, Google!
I'm just an old cook who tends to like the forefathers idea of freedom.
I agree their freedom was good, but slightly undone! Mmm, tasty freedom.
All my friends wear Apple Watches. Some of them might even be real.
Hold on to your real friends!
as it comes to your house
Not the smartest place to take a delivery, in your scenario!
"Would I turn on the gas if my pal Mugsy were in there?" "You might, rabbit, you might!" -- Looney Tunes, Bugs and Thugs (1954, Friz Freleng)