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Chrome - Managing Cookies
Access to some web sites, including web sites in the UW network, requires cookies. This document explains how to manage cookies in Internet Explorer on Windows-based computers to meet your preferences. For general information on cookies, please see our document: Web Browsers - Cookies FAQ
In Chrome, click on More> Settings.
Scroll to the bottom of the page, then click Advanced to reveal additional settings.
Under Privacy and security, select Content settings.
Cookies preferences include:
Allow sites to save and read cookie data (recommended)
Keep local data only until you quit your browser
This option deletes cookies when you close Chrome. If you open Chrome and go back to the same site you were just at, you will need to download a new cookie.
Block third-party cookies
If enabled, Chrome will not accept cookies from or allow them to be read by http://site2.com when you are visiting http://site1.com.
If you are accepting some cookies, this allows you to add exceptions for websites and domains whose cookies you wish to block.
Clear on exit
If you are not clearing all local data when quitting Chrome, this allows you to add exceptions for websites and domains whose cookies you do not wish to store.
If you are blocking some cookies, this allows you to add exceptions for websites and domains whose cookies you wish to allow.
All cookies and site data
Lists all of the sites for which Chrome is currently storing cookies. You can remove all cookies stored in Chrome, all cookies for a particular site, or individual cookies.