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COOKIES :D

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Sadie Walker

on 1 October 2012

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Cookies. By Ham, Sadie and Ben. What they are? What they do? Cookies are found on all websites if you allow the website to use them. They save onto your computer in the 'temporary files' folder or if you are on internet explorer you can press 'tools', Internet options', then the cookies are under the privacy tab. Where you find them? Cookies are useful because you can use them for many things like when you choose the 'remember me' option when typing in a log in, it saves your user name and password for when you are next online. How are they useful? HOW ARE THEY BAD? How are they made? Some can be harmful, and even those that are benign may slow down the system. They all take up some space and it's worthwhile to remove them from time to time and to limit future storage. They are also useful because they can save searches you
have made and store information about things you like so
when web pages have adverts, the adverts relate to what you
are into. Cookies are small files which are stored on a user's computer. They are designed to hold a modest amount of data specific to a particular client and website, and can be accessed either by the web server or the client computer. This allows the server to deliver a page tailored to a particular user, or the page itself can contain some script which is aware of the data in the cookie and so is able to carry information from one visit to the website (or related site) to the next. Another good use of cookies is when looking at items
or perhaps pages on a website, it often has a 'recently
viewed' section where cookies are used to save what
you've looked at last so you can easily re access this page. The main purpose of a cookie is to identify users and possibly prepare customized Web pages or to save site login information for you.
When you enter a Web site using cookies, you may be asked to fill out a form providing personal information; like your name, e-mail address, and interests. This information is packaged into a cookie and sent to your Web browser, which then stores the information for later use. The next time you go to the same Web site, your browser will send the cookie to the Web server. The message is sent back to the server each time the browser requests a page from the server. Cookies can be created, read and erased by JavaScript Ms.Wol.WindowsEdition
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