Cookies are files created by sites you visit. This enhances the way you experienced online by saving browsing cookies. With the help of cookies, sites can keep you signed in, remember your preferences of sites and give you locally relevant content. So, to use your Google Account on any browser, turn on the cookies if they haven’t. Here are the steps on how you enable cookies in chrome.
Guide on enable cookies in Google Chrome
- Click on Customize and Control button on the Chrome (-in the top right corner of the browser window in the form of three vertical dots)
- From the drop down menu, find the Settings option
- Settings screen will appear. You have to search for the cookies settings now – the main interface Chrome’s settings will appear with a search box at the top so to quickly go to the cookies settings, type the word cookie into the search box and Chrome will filter out the option which doesn’t match
- When you typed cookie in the search box, you will see a number of different options listed. You require selecting the section named Site settings
- Now, you will see the first option there is cookies and site data. Click on it.
- You can now change the cookies settings to what you want – you will see three options here, namely – Allow all cookies, Block third party cookies, block all cookies. You have to choose the one from the list
Usually, users want to enable cookies in Chrome by selecting “All cookies” option. This allows all the websites to s tore cookies on their computer for as long as the websites want to. This option includes first party cookies as well as third party cookies. If you want to prevent being tracked by any third party cookies but want to allow cookies from the website you visit directly, you should select this option. The third option is to block all cookies. Opting for this option means that a lot of websites you visit won’t work – you might not be able to log-in and in some cases you might not be able to use the website at all.
Note: you will see the option Clear cookies and site data when you quit Chrome. If your turn on this, Chrome will delete all cookies and site data each time you exit the Chrome browser. This will allow the normal cookie functionality like logging into the websites with username and password. However, each time you open your browser, you would have to log in to the website again.
How to Allow or Block cookies on specific sites?
The cookies settings that you have just seen are global. Chrome also let you choose different cookies settings for specific websites. In order to enable cookies or disable them for only for handful of specific websites, scroll a bit further down to the Block/ Clear on Exit/ Allow button. These sections are to customize cookies behavior for specific website/domains.
The setting you change will take effect immediately and when you perform the changing the options and finish, you can simply close the settings tab that contain these options and resume the browsing.
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