Question about Facebook Computers & Internet
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
What you are talking about is a facebook profile. It is against the Facebook TOS to create profiles (accounts) that are not of real people or to have multiple accounts. However you can create a page which works almost the same as an account (it has a wall, etc) but people become FANs of the page rather than friends. You can run your page from your personal account on facebook and the two will remain distinct (separate).
Posted on Feb 23, 2010
To find those cookies and components, click on Tools menu of your IE if you are using it, then choose Options, on the General tab, you can see the Delete button and the Settings button under Browsing History. To see where the cookies files and components are stored, click on the Settings button of the Browsing History section. On the page opened, view files button will open the window to show you all the cookies and the view objects button will show you where the objects are. Cookies are safer to delete because they are basically text files. You can back up them if you like when you know where they are.
Hope that helps.
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
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What phone are you using? There should be a place to logout on any phone's operating system's Facebook application. I'm familiar with the iPhone Facebook application where you logout by going to the "Account" button in the top left and hitting "Logout."
Posted on Mar 07, 2011
Select menu > settings > Accounts & sync > select f/b > auto sync and un check it. Under manage accounts select f/b and remove account. Then select f/b from main page and log in setting up your account again. Keep auto sync unchecked in accounts and sync settings so you have to manually log in each time.
Posted on Dec 02, 2011
you have to edit your account before you can delete it, I hope that makes sense.
Posted on May 20, 2012
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