In Edge, select Settings and more > Settings > Cookies and site permissions. Under Cookies and data stored , select Manage and delete cookies and site data > See all cookies and site data and search for the site whose cookies you want to delete.
Open Microsoft Edge and select Settings and more > Settings > Cookies and site permissions > Cookies and site data. Select See all cookies and site data . Search for the site's cookies you want to remove.
Block or allow cookies. If you don't want sites to store cookies on your PC, you can block cookies. But doing this might prevent some pages from displaying correctly, or you might get a message from a site letting you know that you need to allow cookies to view that site. In Internet Explorer, select the Tools button, and then select Internet ...
Eliminar cookies cada vez que se cierra el explorador. Abre Microsoft Edge y, a continuación, selecciona Configuración y más > Configuración > Privacidad y servicios. En Borrar datos de navegación, selecciona Elegir qué se debe borrar cada vez que se cierra el explorador. Activa el botón de alternancia Cookies y otros datos del sitio.
These temporary allowances may allow requesting sites to track your activity across the web. You can remove these allowances at any time by going to Settings and more > Settings > Site permissions > Cookies and site data , or by selecting “Site permissions” when you clear browsing data. Any cookies and site data stored by sites with such ...
For Lync Web App to work correctly, you need to enable cookies in your browser. Here's how to enable cookies if your browser is blocking them: Edge (Windows 10) In the Edge window, select More (...) > Settings > View advanced settings.
Applies To: Lync Web App for Lync Online, Lync Web App, Lync Web App operated by 21Vianet
Open Microsoft Edge and then select Settings and more > Settings > Site permissions. Select Cookies and site data. Here you can set specific controls for cookies. Select See all cookies and site data. Select the arrow for See all cookies and site data to view all cookies saved on your device. Note: This topic is for the new Microsoft Edge .
For additional information about persistent and session cookies, click the article number below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base: 223799 Description of Persistent and Per-Session Cookies in Internet Explorer. First-Party and Third-Party Cookies. First-party cookies are cookies that are associated with the host domain.