If you ask us what are internet cookies, we can tell you that a cookie is nothing but a miniscule packet of data or code communication that the website sends to the device of the user to record user behavior and interactions on the website from the user’s device or internet channels.
Several websites require a user to enable the cookies so as to provide the best possible service or offerings based upon past behavior and interactions from similar interest groups online. How to enable cookies? Well, that’s not hard if you follow the steps as below based upon the type of browser you use.
➢ Internet Explorer: If your browser is the old-times’ pal Internet Explorer, you can enable internet cookies easily. 1. Click ‘Tools’ or watch out for a gear at the very top of the window. 2. Click on ‘Internet Options’. 3. Click on ‘Privacy’ 4. Select ‘Advanced’ button on the drop-down menu. 5. Check or Tick mark ‘override automatic cookie handling’ if unchecked. 6. Third party and first, cookies need to be set as ‘Accept’. 7. Tick or check ‘Always allow session Cookies’. 8. You are all set to go. Restart your browser. ➢ Mozilla Firefox: If Mozilla Firefox is what gets you, your browsing kick then enable cookies by following the steps mention below. 1. First things first, click on the ‘Menu’ or the button with three horizontal parallel lines. 2. Click on ‘Options’. 3. From the drop-down menu select ‘Privacy & Security’.
4. Watch out for the ‘Cookies and Site Data’ selection and check the box that says, ‘Accept cookies and site data from websites (recommended)’.
If you suddenly forget about the steps given in this particular article you can always check out for the ‘Help’ section in each browser and search for sections dedicated to ‘How to enable internet cookies?’ You will always find what you are looking for. Got a cookie?