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Knowing how to tailor your browser settings to optimize both experience and privacy is crucial. Consumer privacy experts quickly warn internet users that they should monitor their cookies. However, there are many pros to enabling cookies on specific sites. If this could be useful, keep reading because we’re answering the question: How do I enable my cookies on my computer?
For more great resources on consumer privacy, check out our articles on how to protect customer data privacy. For more, you can look into our guide on what computer cookies are or how to disable computer cookies.
To boost security further than cookie management, incorporate a VPN, especially when using public networks.
Cookies are small files that websites plant onto your device. They store bits of information that track your preferences, habits, views, and other factors that help them form your experience to make it more personalized.
So, while there are plenty of reasons to limit the websites that track you, enabling cookies can be helpful. For example, cookies also store login information, which can be useful for websites you visit often.
Most browsers allow you to enable cookies for specific websites. Below, we’ll explain how to do this for a handful of the most commonly used search engines.
Blocking all cookies is not recommended because it removes login information and can be a hassle remembering passwords.
STAT: There are three categories of cookies: third-party, persistent, and first-party. (source)