Tuesday, September 18, 2012

How to Enable Cookies in Firefox

When it comes to browsing the Internet, biscuits are not what you might think they are. Cookies are items of written text placed on a Web surfer's pc by a Website for possible upcoming use by that particular Website. If you, the visitor, go back and check out that Website again, the hosting server for that website will get that item of written text to recognize or monitor you. You can allow and set up biscuits in Firefox however you like.

Note:- Before following the steps below, I do not recommend you doing this unless you are comfortable editing the PC Settings. I will not responsible for any damage that may be caused to your PC after editing the settings by following the steps below. You proceed at your own risk or may take Help for Mozilla Firefox at +1-855-772-3255 (Toll Free)

Now you can follow these steps:-

1. Accessibility your biscuits. From the top selection bar, start the Resources selection (Windows) or the Firefox selection (Mac). When a drop-down selection seems to be, select Alternatives for Windows and Choices for a Mac.

2. Simply select the Comfort symbol. Look for the box marked Cookies.

3. Check the box next to 'Accept Cookies From Websites.' Search through the selection next to the terms 'Keep Until' and select the appropriate choice.

4. Use the 'Exceptions' choice to make particular exclusions to the concept to agree to all biscuits. Click on this choice, and you'll see a dialogue box appear. Type the deal with of a Website that you don't want to agree to a biscuit from. Once you've entered in the URL, select 1 of the 3 control buttons 'Block,' 'Allow For Period,' or 'Allow.'
5. Near the box and then select 'Show Cookies' to see all the present biscuits on your pc. Lastly, to allow biscuits in Firefox click 'OK' for Windows or close the preferences box for a Mac.

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