How Do I Allow Cookies for a Specific Site on My HP Computer?

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Although cookies that are added to your computer from Internet websites that store your login name and password are considered harmless, some cookies may invade your privacy by monitoring your Internet browsing. In order to prevent unauthorized tracking you can set your browser to allow specific sites to add cookies to your computer's system folder. Once set, all other sites will be restricted from adding cookies to your computer unless you manually add it to the Allow list.

  • Click the Start button on the menu bar located in the lower-left corner of your desktop, click "All Programs" and "Internet Explorer."

  • Click "Tools" at the top of the Internet Explorer menu and select "Internet Options" from the drop-down menu.

  • Select the "Privacy" tab in the Internet Options window and, and slide the "Settings" bar to the top. Click the "Sites" button to access the site customization window.

  • Type the name of website you want to allow cookies into the "Address of website" field, and click the "Allow" button.

  • Click the "OK" button, and click "OK" on the "Internet Options" window to save the configuration settings and exit out of Internet Options.

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