Crau 'if' your using ForceField correctly in ZAX, it allows most content to run, cookies will be made - but all of them will be erased when you close the browser(in 'private browser)
or you can
additionally 'clear virtual data.'<hr>I have ZA Pro + ForceField:1
Private Browser - all cookies(tracking cookies)
and history is erased, never saved - after you close the browser page
2 - Open 'Browser= protected by ForceField' - cookies are saved, history is saved - you can add IE favorites or bookmarks.3 - Unprotected Browser - is a regular web page, without any ForceField protection. <hr>When I'm using ForceField in 'private browser' there are no cookies, no tracking cookies
after I close the page; and I also 'clear virtual data' - there are no traces found by CCleaner or SpySweeper or any other scanners/ monitors I have, so I don't know what your complaint is.<hr>I don't know the exact designations/ settings in ZAX - but should be similar.