A cookie (cookie) is a small text file that the website you visit saves on your computer to make your visit to the website as user-friendly as possible. It allows you to recognize your computer / IP address and to collect information about the pages and functions you visit. A cookie is passive and cannot spread computer viruses or other programs.
Settings for removing cookies from your browser:
You can visit and use our website without cookies but then some of our features will not work properly. If you do not want to allow the storage of cookies on your computer, you can turn off the possibility of this in your browser’s security settings, then functions on both our and other websites will be limited.
To delete existing cookies: Click on “Tools” in the far right of the command list / “Internet Options” / “General” / “General” / “Delete” / and then select “Preserve” Favorites website data ”and“ Cookies ”/“ Delete ”/“ OK ”.
How to avoid storing cookies in the future: Click “Tools” at the far right of the command list / “Internet Options” / “Privacy” / Privacy “/ under” InPrivate “select” Do not collect data for use by InPrivate Filtering ”/“ OK ”.
To remove existing cookies: Click on “Tools” in the menu list, select “Options”, select “Privacy”, “Remove all individual cookies”, select ” Remove All Cookies ”(Remove All Cookies).
Here’s how to avoid storing cookies in the future: Click on “tools” in the menu list, select “Options”, select “Privacy”, and select “Set for sites I don’t want to be tracked” ( Tell websites I don’t want to be tracked ”).
To delete existing cookies: Click on the tool icon at the top of the menu list, select “tools”, select “clear browsing data”, select “Empty the cache” and “delete cookies” and other site and plugin data “(Delete cookies and other sites data), select” Clear browsing data “.
How to avoid storing cookies in the future: Click Chrome’s menu icon in the browser toolbar, select “Settings”, select “show advanced settings”, select “privacy”, select “content settings” (Content settings), “Cookies”, “Block cookies and third party website data” (Block cookies by default).