The Cookies you need
How to enable Cookies
Cookies are what the internet gives us for free. Each time you get busy with some online activity, the web gets busy too filling up the space in your device. That’s how it works. The cookies, however unwanted they may seem, are actually helpful and at times important for websites to function normally. Here are the ways to enable cookies on Google Chrome.
Step 1: Click the Customize and Control button. From the menu select Settings.
Step 2: The search box will appear at the top of the main interface. Type “Cookies” into the search box.
The search will filter out options that don’t match.
Step 3: Scroll down the list to find Content settings or Site settings.
Step 4: From the Site settings section select Cookies. This will take you to the Cookies settings.
Step 5: Select your preferred Cookies. If the cookies aren’t enabled, slide the button towards right. This will enable will cookies.
The “Allow sites to save and read data” is recommended if you are willing to let the websites store cookies and other data on your computer as long as you want to. The “keep local data only you quit your browser” will enable websites to store cookies temporarily as long as you are using the browser. The “ Block third party cookies and site data” will not allow websites that place advertisements to store a cookie and track you. Enabling this allows you to maintain privacy over the web by reducing the amount of tracking that websites can do.
The last step would be to close your browser and safely resume your browsing whenever you’re ready without having to worry about cookies. All you can do is get yourself a cookie from the jar in the kitchen and enjoy your browsing session.