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  1. RonBin79's Avatar
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    3rd Party cookies Blocker


    Using Windows10, how do I turn off the 3rd party cookies blocker please? I am trying to access a bona fide web site which will not allow me access because my 3rd Party Cookie is blocking me.
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    Which browser ?
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  3. RonBin79's Avatar
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    3rd Party cookies Blocker


    Thanks for your reply mrgeek. It seems to happen in both Google and MSN. Is it best to leave the 3rd Party blocker Cookies alone? I read somewhere on here that it is best to have it fully operative?

    Cheers,

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    By MSN, I'm presuming you mean Edge. Hit the settings menu in upper R corner then Privacy & security. There are 3 options, I leave it blocking 3rd Party. If a site asks you remove, navigate to here and choose to turn off, then re-enable.
    3rd Party cookies Blocker-screenshot_1.jpg
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  5. lx07's Avatar
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    mrgeek said:
    By MSN, I'm presuming you mean Edge.
    MSN is a website not a browser. MS try (half-heartedly) to set it as homepage on any browser you run.
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  7. RonBin79's Avatar
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    3rd Party cookies Blocker


    MrGeek,
    I have subsequently disovered I did not have to worry about 3rd Party Cookies when using the web site involved however, I tool a look at your instructions and discovered my 3rd Party Cookie was not turned off, the relevant box was blank so I closed it to stop 3rd Party Cookies being read etc by whoever. Please see the attached and let me know if I have done the wrong thing?
    3rd Party cookies Blocker-capture.jpgKind regards,
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  8. Brink's Avatar
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    @RonBin79 ,

    That would turn on blocking 3rd party cookies in Google Chrome.
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  9. RonBin79's Avatar
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    3rd Party cookies Blocker


    Thank you. I presume, looking at my last post and attachment, this is what I have done. The question is, have I done the right thing please?
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  10. Brink's Avatar
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    Correct. You have successfully set Chrome to block 3rd party cookies.
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