How to enable Cookies in browser


1.Click the 'Customize and Control' button

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This will reveal a menu with lots of options. One of them will be named 'Settings'.

2.Select the 'Settings' menu item

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The Settings screen will now appear.

3.Search for the Cookies settings

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As you type in 'Cookies' (it's not case sensitive) you will see Chrome start to change what's shown on the settings page. It will reveal the 'Privacy' section and highlight two buttons with two yellow 'Cookies' callouts.

Click the 'Content settings...' button.

You are then taken directly to the Cookies setting.

4.Choose your preferred Cookies settings

You can now change your Cookies setting to what you prefer.

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Typically (especially if you are already following this guide!) you want to enable cookies in Chrome by selecting the first option - 'Allow local data to be set (recommended)'. This will allow websites to store cookies (and other data!) on your computer for as long as the websites want to.

Click 'Done'.


1.Click the menu button

In both Windows and OS X, the menu button will be in the top right-hand corner of Firefox.

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2.Select the 'Preferences'/'Options' menu item

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If you're using Mac OS X, it will be called Preferences. If you are using Windows, it will be called Options.

The Settings screen will now appear.

3.Click the 'Privacy' menu item

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You are then taken to the Privacy settings.

4.Choose your preferred Cookies/History setting

Firefox groups the Cookies settings under the concept of 'browser history'. In order to change your browser's cookies policy, you have to configure the browser history settings as well.

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When you click on the 'Firefox will:' drop-down menu, you will see three choices. Select 'Use custom setting for history'

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You now have the choice of enabling or disabling certain history features, including form history, browser history and most relevant: whether or not to Accept cookies from sites.

You also have some options regarding blocking third-party cookies if you want to configure that too.

You can also configure how long Firefox will keep the cookies it sets.

Once you have configured your preferences, you can simply close this tab and continue using Firefox.

Microsoft Edge

1.Open Microsoft Edge app.

2.Click on the More actions button in the top right corner and select Settings.

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3.Scroll down the settings and click on View advanced settings button.

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4.Under Cookies, select "Don't block cookies".

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Internet Explore

1.Open Internet Explore app.

2.Click on the More actions button in the top right corner and select Internet options.

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3.Select "Privacy". Choose "Advanced". Select "Accept". Click "Ok".

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