You may have seen you’ve noticed that it appears that the Firefox web browser doesn’t offer an easy way to enable or disable cookies on your personal computer. But, it’s possible to enable and disable Cookies within Firefox.
Turn off or enable cookies in Firefox.
Many users would like to block cookies to avoid the possibility of a computer being infected by malware, viruses, and various other issues.
However, disabling cookies on any website can stop you from using the full capabilities of some websites. It could also hinder your access to specific websites.
Fortunately, Firefox provides the option to allow cookies on any or all websites, and it also lets you disable cookies for any or all just selected websites.
1. You can enable cookies in Firefox.
There is a requirement to enable cookies in Firefox If you’re incapable of accessing certain websites and the site is prompting you to turn on cookies.
Start the Firefox Internet Browser from your PC > Click on the 3-bar Icon and then select Settings from the menu drop down.
In the following screen click on the Privacy & Security option in the left-hand side. In the right-hand side, select the Standard option under the “Enhanced tracking protection” section.
If you choose Standard as your Standard choice, Firefox will enable all cookies needed to ensure the proper operation of the websites you visit and block Cross-site tracking cookies, trackers for social media such as Cryptominers and Fingerprinters.
2. Turn off cookies in Firefox.
Open Firefox Web browser on your personal computer. Click on the 3-bar Icon and then select Settings from the dropdown menu.
The next screen will appear choose the Privacy & Security option in the left-hand pane. In the right-hand side, select the Custom option and choose the type of cookies you would like to prevent from your computer.
As you can see in the above image As you can see in the above image, the Custom option within Firefox lets you disable All Cookies, All Third-Party Cookies as well as Cross-site tracking cookies. Cookies from non-visited sites.