What are Cookies?
Cookies are small files that are stored on the end-user’s browsers. Browsers are the applications that we interact with and browse the Web/Internet. Examples of web browser software are:
- Google Chrome
- Mozilla Firefox
- Microsoft Edge,
- Opera browser, etc.
We utilize cookies, to enhance user experience and provide useful content to users who visit the TestingDocs website. Cookies are allowed by most web browsers by default. but can be disabled in settings. Cookies let us know the visitor’s preferences and help us provide useful content and make improvements to the website.
Almost every website you visit stores cookies on your computer unless you disable them in your browser settings. When you visit a website two types of cookies can be set:
- First-party Cookies.
- Cross-site/Third-party cookies.
First-party cookies are the ones that are set by the website you visit. The website you visit is shown in the web browser address bar. Cross-site or Third-party cookies are the ones set by other websites or partner websites that you visit.
Web analytics helps us measure how users interact with the TestingDocs website. This is essential for the smooth running of the website, fixing any bugs, and improving website performance. For instance, we use Google Analytics to know the most engaging content on the website, slow-loading pages, etc.
How to control Cookies?
Each browser has settings to modify or block cookies. Follow the instructions to modify the settings.
Please be advised that if you set your web browser to disable cookies, the website you visit might not work as intended.
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