When I think of cookies I prefer the tasty kind.
I’m really not one that understands cookies on the internet and what settings my browser should have and how Adobe could help. In fact, most of the time, I leave them on and I get quite irritated when I have to enter my password again because my browser lost it’s settings and I have to enter it again. Yes I’m lazy when it comes to my browser settings. I visit the same sites over and over again and if my browser has the option to remember the password then I allow it. I’m probably not the most secure internet user out there. Which is why I am very vigilant with the virus protection software. But let’s digress for a few seconds and do a little vocabulary training.
What is protected mode?
When your browser is in protected mode, you should find that it makes it more difficult for malicious software to be installed on your computer.
What are cookies?
Cookies are little text files that websites use on your computer to remember information about you and your preferences. For instance, a cookie can be used to save your login name (as you can tell I use this feature all the time), your preferences for viewing content, or to track you as you browse the Internet.
What are flash cookies?
A flash cookie is a local shared object. They are very similar to cookies with a few minor differences. Flash cookies keep track of your preferences in a little more detail, for example they can keep track of your place you are in a game and they are harder to clear. They could be on your computer forever and you would never know.
Now knowing all of this can someone please tell me why I can’t get Google to let me leave comments under my google account? My cookies are on, I can log in but when I try to leave comments on blogger blogs under my google account it always says that I don’t have my cookies turned on but in fact I do. I’m so frustrated it’s driving me crazy! My blogger friends must think I don’t love them anymore but I do. How do I fix it?