Digital cookies are cookies that are stored on a user’s computer, allowing users to download or access content without leaving the user’s home computer.
The cookie is then removed when the user closes their browser.
A cookie is also used to track a user on a site, which is known as a “sender”.
The cookies can be used to download and store content.
What is the impact of digital cookies?
Digital cookies have a big impact on the way people use online services.
Some people might not want to download new music or video content, while others may want to use an online video app.
They can also help protect a person’s identity when browsing a site.
Users also might not be aware of what they are doing if a cookie is set on their computer and a browser extension is installed.
How do I disable digital cookies on my computer?
If you want to disable digital cookie settings on your computer, you can do this using the Control Panel, or you can disable them using the Add/Remove Programs tool in Windows.
For example, to disable the Digital Cookie on your PC, click the Settings icon, then click Advanced.
To disable digital and manual cookies, click Advanced, then Disable or block.
To enable digital and browser-based cookies, choose the settings you want, then choose Remove or block in the Advanced tab.
When you are done, click OK to close the Advanced window.