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Allow or Block Cookies in the new Microsoft Edge

  1. Open Microsoft Edge, select Menu (3 dots icon on top right corner of the browser) > Settings > Site permissions > Cookies and site data

  2. Turn on "Allow sites to save and read cookie data (recommended)" to unblock cookies

  3. Turn on "Block third-party cookies" or add desired sites in "Block" section to block the cookies.

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Enable cookies - Microsoft Support

In the Edge window, select More (...) > Settings > View advanced settings. Scroll down to Cookies, and select Don't block cookies. Internet Explorer. In Internet Explorer, in the menu bar, select Tools > Internet options > Privacy > Advanced.
Applies To: Lync Web App for Lync Online, Lync Web App, Lync Web App operated by 21Vianet

Temporarily allow cookies and site data in Microsoft Edge

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 allowances are stored locally on your device and can be removed by selecting “Cookies and other site data” when you clear browsing data.

View cookies in Microsoft Edge - Microsoft Support

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.

Microsoft Edge, browsing data, and privacy - Microsoft Support

Some websites also use cookies to collect info about your online activity to show you interest-based advertising. Microsoft Edge gives you options to clear cookies and block websites from saving cookies in the future. Microsoft Edge will send Do Not Track requests to websites when the Send Do Not Track requests setting is turned on. Websites may still track your activities even when a Do Not Track request is sent, however.

Adjust privacy settings in Microsoft Edge - Microsoft Support

You can choose from three levels of tracking prevention: Basic, Balanced, and Strict. Balanced is selected as the default. In Microsoft Edge, select Settings and more > Settings > Privacy, search, and services. Make sure Tracking prevention is set to On. Select the level of tracking prevention that’s right for you.
Applies To: Microsoft Edge

Location and privacy in Microsoft Edge - Microsoft Support

In Microsoft Edge, select Settings > Cookies and site permission > Location. Turn on Ask before accessing (recommended). Microsoft Edge will prompt you whenever a website wants to access your precise location.
Applies To: Microsoft account dashboard

Delete cookies in Microsoft Edge - Microsoft Support

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.

Manage website notifications in Microsoft Edge

In Edge, go to Settings and more in the upper right corner of your browser window. Select Settings > Cookies and site permissions and select Notifications . Under Allow , you will find a list of websites that are currently sending you notifications.
Applies To: Microsoft account dashboard

Browse InPrivate in Microsoft Edge - Microsoft Support

When you use InPrivate tabs or windows, your browsing data (like your history, temporary internet files, and cookies) isn't saved on your PC once you're done. In Microsoft Edge, select the Settings and More icon, and then New InPrivate window.
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