How To Enable Cookies In Internet Explorer
Knowing how to enable cookies in Internet Explorer is a computer management control function, which is not only an easy function to activate, but also contains three diverse options available within the Internet Explorer for this purpose. The three options that are available are 1) Allowing all cookies, and, 2) Allowing cookies based on their type—specify the general types of cookies that are accepted.
For instance, you can allow cookies from websites that have privacy policies. When using this option, the sliding bar displays a description of the types of cookies that are allowed at that privacy level. There are four types Low, Medium, Medium-High and High, each with its own blocking and restricting criteria. Or you can allow cookies from specific web sites.
Note: It may be advisable to delete the cookies that are stored on your computer prior to making a change to these privacy settings. The cookies that are resident on the computer can be read by the web site that created them.
To Enable Cookies In Internet Explorer, you will need:
- Windows operating system
- Internet Explorer
- In the Vista Operating System laptop, start-up your laptop.
- Click the Start button on the taskbar.
- Select and click "Programs."
- Select and click the "Internet Explorer."
- Once the Internet Explorer is launched, select and click "Tools," then select and click "Internet Options."
- Once the Internet Option screen appears, select and click the "Privacy" tab.
- The "Settings" slide bar is the tool that controls enabling the cookies in Internet Explorer. When sliding the bar to the bottom, all the cookies are allowed.
- Then click "OK." The task is completed and all the cookies are enabled in Internet Explorer