How to Enable Cookies in Your Browser

Browser cookies, also known as computer cookies, web cookies, and HTTP cookies, are small text files that store pieces of information about your internet browsing behavior. They’re created by the websites your visit or their affiliates and are stored on your computer.

The information which cookies contain is usually some type of tracking data to help a website that created them perform different tasks. For example, the most common use of cookies is to keep track of your session ID when you sign in to avoid re-entering your sign-in details each time you visit a website.

Most websites require that cookies are enabled to make sure they work correctly and to provide the best user experience. So if you had previously disabled cookies and would like to enable them again, you may follow our step-by-step instructions on how to enable cookies.

Guides to enable cookies

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