Cookies are the small files that has been sent to your computer by the sites you visit which contains the information like user’s browsing activities, site preferences and login status. Cookies help sites to match your preferences when you visit the site next. By default, Firefox has enabled cookies. In this article, I have mentioned the steps for How to enable and disable Cookies in Mozilla fire firefox browser? So let us start with the steps.
Steps to enable and disable Cookies in Mozilla Firefox:
Step 1: Open a Mozilla Firefox browser on your screen, click on Open Menu button. From the popped menu click on Options button.
Now, what is third party Cookies?
If you are on a certain website, suppose quehow.com, and you have a Facebook like button on the quehow.com. That Facebook like button will set a cookie on your computer that can be read by Facebook.com, and this cookie will be considered as third party cookie.
If you choose, they expire, the cookies will reside on your computer till its reaches its expiry date, which has been set by the site that sent the cookie.
If you choose, I close Firefox; then the cookies will reside on your computer till you close your Firefox browser.