Enable cookies in Internet Explorer

Enable cookies in Internet Explorer

Cookies, or simply cookies, are small pieces of data that are sent to the user's computer when browsing websites. They are generally used for authentication, to save user settings and individual preferences on this or that web resource, to keep statistics on the user and the like.

Although cookies can be used by advertising companies to track a user's movement through Internet pages, as well as by attackers, disabling cookies can cause a user to have trouble authenticating to a site. Therefore, if you have experienced these types of problems with Internet Explorer, it is worth checking if cookies are being used in the browser.

Let's see in more detail how you can enable cookies in Internet Explorer.

Enable cookies in Internet Explorer 11 (Windows 10 OS)

  • Open Internet Explorer 11 and in the upper corner of the browser (right), click the button Service in the form of a gear (or key combination Alt + X). Then, from the menu that appears, select Browser properties
  • In the window. Browser properties click on tab Privacy
  • In the block. Parameters press the button More
  • Make sure the window Additional privacy settings Check marks have been placed next to the item Accept and press the button OK
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It should be noted that primary cookies are data that is directly related to the domain that the user is visiting, while third-party cookies are data that are not related to the web resource, but are replaced by the client through that site.

Cookies can make the web experience much easier and more comfortable. So don't be afraid to use this functionality.

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