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In the event that a treat does not have a termination date, it is uprooted when all duplicates of Internet Explorer are shut. This is known as a for every session treat ...
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Treats in Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 Shaun Chappell Support Professional Microsoft Product Support – Desktop Microsoft Corporation

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Cookies in Internet Explorer 5.5 Introduction Purpose of the WebCast What will be secured? What are treats? Distinctive sorts of treats Security Importing and sending out treats Other data Questions

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What Are Cookies? What are they for? Treats permit Web pages to "change state" Cookies spare time

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What Are Cookies? What amount of space do they take up? Treats are just content documents Cookies have a most extreme size of just 4 KB every Cookies are constrained to twenty for every area

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What Are Cookies? A treat illustration Cookies are named in the accompanying style: ( username )@( space ) The data in a treat is comprehended by the Web page that made it

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Where Are Cookies? Treats are put away, of course, in the C:\Windows\Cookies envelope Cookies can likewise be seen in Temporary Internet records (on the Tools menu, click Internet Options, on the General tab, click Settings, and afterward click View Files) Cookies can be seen by double tapping them

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Different Types of Cookies Per-session treats Whenever a treat is made, it might have a termination date If a treat does not have a lapse date, it is evacuated when all duplicates of Internet Explorer are shut This is known as a for every session treat since it exists for one session

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Different Types of Cookies Some treats stick around A treat can be given a close date by the Web page you are going to When the treat has terminated, it is erased

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Cookies and Security Default security settings Remember that numerous Web pages use treats For every security setting, you can choose Enable, Disable, or Prompt (yet no default security setting changes a choice to Prompt)

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Cookies and Security You can settle on the decision You can modify which Web destinations you trust, which ones you doubt, and the default security for everything else This can be connected to more than just treats

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Cookies and Security The four Web content zones Internet Local intranet Trusted destinations Restricted locales

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Cookies and Security Customizing zones You can redo every zone by tapping the Custom Level catch To see the zones, on the Tools menu, click Internet Options, and after that tap the Security tab

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Cookies and Security Custom security You can change the treat security for every zone

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Cookies and Security Trusted and Restricted locales, and treats You can include a Trusted webpage or Restricted website by tapping the Sites catch Allows you to choose treat inclinations for every zone

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Importing and Exporting Cookies Introduction Why might you need to import and fare? What other Internet programs would you be able to import from?

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Importing and Exporting Cookies How to import and fare On the File menu, click Import and Export to begin the Import/Export Wizard What other Internet programs would you be able to import from?

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Cookies in Internet Explorer 5.5 Other data Deleting Temporary Internet documents does not expel treats To erase Temporary Internet records: Click the Delete Files catch on the General tab or Select the "Vacant Temporary Internet Files envelope when program is shut" alternative on the Advanced tab

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