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How To Enable Cookies In Google Chrome On Any Device
If you are a smartphone user, chances are that your smartphone runs on Android OS.
First, go to “Applications” and open the chrome browser and click on the Google Chrome application as shown in the following image:
View, Add, Edit, And Delete Cookies
As soon as the Chrome app opens, tap/click the three-dot icon on the top left side of the Chrome app as shown below:
When the “Settings” option opens, find the “Site Settings” option under the “Advanced” option and tap on it.
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This article was written in collaboration with staff writer Nicole Levin, MFA. Nicole Levine is a technology writer and editor with over 20 years of experience creating technical documentation and leading support teams at major web hosting and software companies. Nicole also has an MFA in Creative Writing from Portland State University and teaches composition, fiction writing, and branding at various institutions.
Firefox Rolls Out Total Cookie Protection By Default
Are you seeing pop-ups about blocked cookies while browsing the web? You may not have cookies enabled. Cookies are pieces of data that help your browser remember things like usernames, passwords and website preferences. All web browsers allow cookies by default, but most allow you to customize your settings or turn them off completely. Fortunately, it’s easy to enable cookies using any computer, phone or tablet. This article will teach you how to enable cookies step by step.
This article was written in collaboration with staff writer Nicole Levine, MFA. Nicole Levine is a technology writer and editor with over 20 years of experience creating technical documentation and leading support teams at major web hosting and software companies. Nicole also has an MFA in Creative Writing from Portland State University and teaches composition, story writing, and sign making.