A cookie is a short text file that sends a web page to a browser. Allows the site to record your visit information, such as preferred language and other settings. The next visit to the site can be easier and more productive. Cookies are important. Without them, browsing the site would be much more complicated.
Cookies can be stored on your computer for a different time. Some cookies are limited by session duration. That is, they only exist when the web browser is running and are automatically deleted when it is finished. Other cookies are persistent. These cookies remain in the web browser even after it is terminated by the specified date, or by the user’s manual deletion. According to these cookies, the user’s computer can be identified when the web browser is restarted and the Internet is browsed. Cookies in no way affect the technical use of your computer and are free from viruses.
Use your internet browser to set up using cookies. Most browsers automatically accept cookies by default. Users who do not want to save cookies can reject or set up only certain cookies using their web browser settings.
Alternatively, they can use the third-party tool, for example, http://www.youronlinechoices.com/uk/your-ad-choices