What are cookies?
The websites you visit can save small amounts of information on your computer or mobile phone and read it later when you visit the same website. The files that hold these small pieces of information are called cookies or cookies. Cookies are generally used to improve your browsing experience and to personalize websites. For example, if you check “remember me” when you log in to a site, the site will store a cookie containing your username (or special identification number) in your browser. Cookies can only be read by the site that created them. The site also determines how long cookies are stored.