What are cookies?
Cookies are small files that are downloaded to your computer when you visit our website www.kidoptik.ro.Your computer automatically recognizes and accepts these files via the browser used.
Cookies are stored on the user’s computer to the Internet, they can not open / read any other information in that computer.They are used for better navigation purposes and improved user experience.
Thus, cookies can be likened to “bookmarks” that tell the browser exactly where he remained in a website.Cookies can be seen as an Internet user ID, announcing the website each time the user returns to that website.They also retain user preferences in a website (eg language used in a website that can display content in several languages).
The cookies are not dangerous and should not be treated by any user such as a virus or type of file that can harm your computer.Browser programs have settings regarding the use of cookie files.
Cookies are necessary for the full functioning of the services offered by this site, for continuous improvement of structure and content and to provide to the user a pleasant navigation experience.
Storing cookies on the user’s computer provides information on their activity on the website for personalizing and improving the user experience on the website and make your next visit more enjoyable, presenting content in a relevant way, adapted to your individual preferences.
Also, cookies can give websites the ability to monitor users’ online activities and establish user profiles, which can then be used for marketing purposes.
Cookies are used in preparation of anonymous statistics that help us understand how a user receives our websites without identifying individual users.
This site uses Google Analytics cookies.In this case cookies saves information about using the site, number of pages displayed, sources site visitors came from and number of visits, with the same objective to improve the website and to provide a much better user experience.
Cookies themselves do not require personal information to be used and, in most cases, not personally identify internet users.
The lifetime of a cookie?
Duration of storing a cookie varies.
Session cookies – are used for a single session is retained only during a single visit to the site by the user, being deleted after the user has left the website.
Persistent cookies – these cookies are stored for a longer duration and are used when the user returns to the website.
How cookies can be stopped and/or deleted?
Current browsers enable users to change settings and manage cookies on tables below.You can access these settings in the browser you are using.For more details on managing cookies in your browser, you can access the “Help” browser.
To set rule for cookies follow the steps below depending on the browser used.The settings may be a little different depending on the version of the browser used.
In Chrome browser:
In the top-right corner click the Chrome menu> Settings.
Scroll to the bottom, click “Show advanced settings”.
In the “Privacy” tab, click “Content settings”.
In the “Cookies”, choose your preferred settings.
Delete cookies: To delete cookies click on the “All cookies and site on …” to see the list of all cookies that Chrome has stored on the hard disk.You can delete cookies individually or all at once by selecting “Remove All.”
The browser Mozilla Firefox:
Click on the menu button and choose “Preferences”.
Select “Privacy” from the side menu.
Combo of “History” select “Use custom settings for history”
Delete cookies: If you click on “Show Cookies …” opens a new window where you can select and delete one or more cookies simultaneously.
In Internet Explorer 11 browser
Select wheel right corner of your browser, then select Internet Options.
Click on the tab “Privacy” tab, select “Advanced”
Set Accept / Block / Prompt as needed both for “First-party Cookies” and for “Third-party Cookies”.Here you can check the “Always allow session cookies” if you want.Click OK after you set up.
Delete cookies: To delete all cookies choose the tab “General” in “Internet Options” and click the “Delete …” from the tab “Browsing History”.Check the “Cookies and Website Data” and click Delete.