Don't know if this should have gone to the Free Clinic, but seems more appropriate here, so here goes.
I'm running Windows 7 Professional with Service Pack 1. When I'm doing routine maintenance on my systems, one thing I do is is run Disk CleanUp. After that finishes, I go through the folders that should have been cleaned out and manually delete the rest of the junk that for some reason was left behind.
When checking for cookies, I go to Users>"User Name">App Data>Roaming>Microsoft>Windows>Cookies (which is usually empty)>Low. The Low folder usually has a ton of cookies. When I select all of them and right click the selections, I get a Windows message that says my Internet secutity settings are preventing 1 or more files from being opened, so it won't let me delete the files. This doesn't make sense since I'm the only user and running as administrator. The really odd thing is that I don't get the message if I only select no more than 16 cookies. With 16 or less, they'll delete normally, but when there's a lot of cookies, this is a real pain.
Does anyone know why this happens, and if there's a way to get rid of them all at once?