G-Zapper v1.45

G-Zapper helps you stay anonymous while searching Google by blocking and deleting the Google search cookie. Did you know that Google stores a unique identifier in a cookie on your PC, which allows it to track the keywords you search for? G-Zapper helps you protect your identity and this valuable attention to data by allowing you to view your Google ID, see how long your searches have been tracked, and block the Google search cookie.

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  • Bob H.

    I’m bloating my computer with “Great” apps.
    I use Google scraper as my default search tool.
    http://www.scroogle.org/

  • Ray Ackerman

    The tag at the end of the featured software (FREE) to me is very misleading, FREE to me means absolutely no charge, now or later. (TRIAL)
    on the other hand means TRY before you buy, however ultimately there is a fee to be incurred. I have been reading your newsletters for many years now, back when you tagged a software program (FREE) it was free, or you referred to it as SHAREWARE or TRIALWARE. I have noticed this on many different software offerings for some time now. Why the change in advertising. Hopefully this is an oversight.

    G-Zapper v1.45
    G-Zapper helps you stay anonymous while searching Google by blocking and deleting the Google search cookie. Did you know that Google stores a unique identifier in a cookie on your PC, which allows it to track the keywords you search for? G-Zapper helps you protect your identity and this valuable attention to data by allowing you to view your Google ID, see how long your searches have been tracked, and block the Google search cookie.

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  • http://wp3.lockergnome.com/nexus/scribblepinch/ Robert Glen Fogarty

    Ray, you’re absolutely right. The entry’s been corrected to reflect that it is not currently freeware — though it is possible it was at the time of the entry’s posting in November of 2006.

    Thanks, and many apologies!