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Learn how to enable cookies to facilitate your work on the internet

how to enable cookies

Do you know how to enable cookies in your browser? Don't worry, that's what we explain below, with luxuries and details.

Although saying the word cookie A cookie with a lot of sugar and calories probably comes to mind, the truth is that, in computer terms, it is something much less delicious, but more useful. Cookies on the Internet are like data banks about you, created by the web browser and have the function of saving the personal information you provide, so that you do not have to be repeating it on every page you visit.

Despite the fact that in recent months cookies have gained a bad reputation for corrupting your private information to be used by other pages of advertisements, among others, the truth is that its main function facilitates our navigation within the pages.

Today, cookies store diverse information for a personalized experience, which includes the basic identification of the user, the content of the shopping cart, the products he has seen and more.

So in this guide, we have decided to show you step by step how to enable cookies in the most popular browsers.

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Microsoft Edge

edge

Path: Settings and more> Settings> Advanced settings> Cookies

  1. Locate and click the button Configuration and more in the upper right corner designated with three dots.
  2. Choose Configuration at the bottom of the dropdown menu.
  3. Click the button See advanced settings found in Advanced setup at the bottom of the panel Configuration.
  4. Scroll down to the dropdown menu Advanced setup until you see cookies.
  5. Make sure the drop-down menu saysDo not block cookies.
  6. And ready.Easy! In this section you can also block all cookies, or only cookies created by external websites, if you wish to do so.

Internet explorer

explorer

Path: Tools> Internet Options> Privacy> Advanced privacy settings

  1. Locate and click the button Tools in the upper right corner designated with a gear cone.
  2. Choose Options from the Internet in the drop-down menu.
  3. The pop-up window of Internet Options. Click on the tab Privacy of this panel.
  4. In the new Privacy panel, click the button Advanced found in Configuration.
  5. Then the popup will appear Advanced privacy settings. Choose Accept in own Cookies. There are also options to enable / disable third-party cookies and to accept all cookies regardless of the source.

Google Chrome

chrome

Path: customize and control Google Chrome> Settings> Advanced> Content settings> Cookies

  1. Locate and click the button Personalize and control Google Chrome in the upper right corner designated with three dots that lie together.
  2. Choose Configuration in the drop-down menu.
  3. In the new tab Configurationscroll down to Advanced and click on the link.
  4. In section Advanced, click on Content settings in Privacy and security.
  5. Locate and click the link cookies directly below the Content Settings tab.
  6. Be sure to give it Allow for sites to save and read cookie data (recommended). In this section you also have the option to delete cookies when the browser is closed and block third-party cookies.
firefox

Path: Menu> Options> Privacy> History

  1. Locate and click the button Menu located in the upper right corner designated with three stacked lines.
  2. In the drop-down menu, click the button Options.
  3. Then, a new tab will appear. Options in the browser. Choose Privacy in the left menu.
  4. In the new panel Privacymake sure to dial Accept cookies on the sites. Here you can also set when you want cookies to expire, block third-party cookies and on specific sites.

Opera browser

Opera

Path: customize and control Opera> Settings> Privacy and security> Cookies

  1. Locate and click on the Opera logo located in the upper left corner labeled as Customize and control Opera.
  2. In the drop-down menu, click the link Configuration.
  3. A new Settings tab will appear within the browser. Choose Privacy & Security listed in the menu on the left.
  4. In the new panel, scroll down to cookies and be sure to select Allow that the local data is configured (recommended) with a blue-white dot. You can also have Opera delete cookies on exit, block third-party cookies and more.

Finally, there is nothing wrong with a little fruit on your cookies!

Apple safari

apple safari

Path: Safari> Preferences> Privacy> Cookies and website data