Cookies are short pieces of data that are sent to your computer when you visit a website. In a recent visit, these data are returned to the website. Cookies automatically recognize you to personalize and improve your experience when you visit the website. You can modify the alarm for receiving cookies in your Internet browser and decide whether to accept cookies.

You can modify your browser settings to reject cookies. To do this, simply access the Help section of the desired browser toolbar. Rules can be set up in some browsers to manage cookies based on sites that have more control over your personal information.

When you change cookie settings, you might not be able to see certain sections of the website or it might not work properly. The main purpose of cookies is to store personal preferences so that the site can better serve you.

Various kinds of cookies let websites recognize language preferences in new users or other areas. However, all cookies have the same ability to store information to improve the user experience. Cookies simply remember your preferences.