Disable cookies in Chrome

As you can delete the unpopular cookies in Chrome, we have already shown you in our article ” Delete Cookies in Chrome Browser “. But in this Chrome tutorial we would like to show you how you can completely deactivate the cookies or store individual websites for which no cookies should be saved.

Disable cookies in the Chrome browser

The fastest and easiest way to get the desired cookies settings in Chrome is to enter the following in the address bar:

chrome: // settings / content / cookies

You can of course also go there via the menu, then you would have to choose the following route.

Click on 3 dots at the top right Settings Advanced Privacy and Security Website Settings Cookies and website data

Then your Chrome browser shows the following cookies setting options.

Disable cookies in the Chrome browser

You can now make numerous cookie settings here.

Websites are allowed to save and read cookie data (recommended)

The first cookie counter is responsible for general cookie processing. This cookie option is activated by default and recommended as such. However, if you want to deactivate the cookie processing in general, you have to set this option to ” Off “.

Clear cookies and website data when you exit Chrome

If you want Chrome to automatically delete all saved cookies when you close your browser , you must activate this cookie option.

Block third-party cookies

A ” third-party cookie ” is a cookie that is generated by another website, although you have not yet called it up. This can always happen if advertising is visible on the visited website, which is reloaded from another provider or from another website.

If you would like to deactivate this third-party cookie creation, you must activate this cookie setting.

Specify cookie settings for individual websites

Below you have the option

Show all cookies and website data

the option to have all saved cookies displayed and to edit or delete them there .

Furthermore, you can block the creation of cookies for special websites, delete cookies for specially defined websites when exiting or allow cookies for specific websites .

This gives you all the options for managing, storing and deactivating cookies .

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