Cookies are small text files written by a web browser that contain information about how you interact with a particular web site. They contain information such as your login login name or what you have purchased on a retail website. They are relatively benign, but they can affect your privacy and they take up some space on your system, so it's something that many people like to do fairly regularly.
If you're worried Websites are lagging behind and how advertisers are accessing this data, here's how to delete cookies from the latest version of your favorite web browser.
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8. You can easily delete cookies, control browsing data, and specify what type of files to accept or block.
Step 1: Click the three-dot "menu" icon in the upper right corner Select "Settings." When the new tab is open, scroll to the bottom of the page and click Advanced. This adds more options to the Settings page.
Firefox on iOS
Step 1: Tap the New Tab button (top right with the number in it)
Step 2: Tap the gear button on the top left of the screen
Step 3: Scroll down to "Clear Private Data." On the next screen, make sure "Cookies" is selected, and then tap "Delete Private" data. "
Unlike Chrome and Firefox, Safari only stores cookies from the websites you visit, but with Safari, you can easily change those settings, because the Windows version of Safari has been discontinued, so our instructions are focused on the MacOS version.
Step 1: Click on the Safari menu in the upper left corner and select "Clear history" Delete everything from a variety of time windows at once To have more control over what gets deleted, select the "Preferences" option.
Step 2: In the "Privacy" section, you can use "Blocking" all Cookies "to remove everything in one go. Alternatively, click on "Details" to see a list of the individual cookies stored in the browser, which you can then remove individually.
Safari's limited filtering options are limited. However, you can ask Web sites not to track you (using the Do Not Track feature) or try to block cross-site tracking.
Safari on iOS
Step 1: Go to "Preferences" and select Safari
Step 2: To clear all cookies, tap "History and Website -Delete data". To delete a specific cookie, tap Advanced, then Website Data List of cookies stored on your phone. Then tap "Edit", tap the red circle next to the specific cookie you'd like to remove and delete it.
Edge is Microsoft's newest browser in Windows 10. To change the cookie settings and delete all existing ones:
Step 1: Click on the three-point setting icon in the top right corner
Step 2: Click on "Settings" Click on the "Delete Browser Data" drop-down menu.
Step 3: Click on the "Choose what to delete."
Step 4: Make sure that "Cookies and saved website data" are enabled and then click the "Delete" button.
To manage how Edge Cookies processes, scroll down to the bottom of the main settings menu. You should see "Advanced Settings". Click on the corresponding "Show advanced settings". Below is the "Cookies" section with a drop-down menu. You can choose to block all cookies, only block third-party cookies, or not block them at all (default).
You can also clear all cookies in the "Choose what to delete" menu When you exit the browser, use the toggle option under the "Delete" button.
Although the Opera browser is based on the same foundation as Google Chrome, the cookie option of the browser is slightly different
Step 1: Click on the red Opera logo in the top left corner
Step 2: Select "Settings" from the drop-down menu. The menu will open and a new tab will open in the browser.
Step 3: Click "Privacy and Security" in the menu on the left and scroll down to the "Cookies" section resulting settings