What is a Cookie?
Cookie (Cookie HTTP formally, in short called. Cookie) - a small piece of text that a website sends to your browser and that the browser sends back for subsequent accesses to the site. It is used primarily to maintain the session, eg. By generating and sending the temporary identity after login. It may, however, be used more widely by storing any data that can be encoded as a string. Thus, the user does not have to enter the same information each time you come back to this page, or go from one page to another. Source: wikipedia.com
Cookies allow you to use an appropriate personalization page displayed on the information and presentation of content tailored to the needs of the user, to measure user traffic to sites using Google Analytics code.
session - remain on the user's device to shut down a web browser
Fixed - remain on the user's device for the time specified in the parameters file, or until they are manually removed by the user.
Can I opt out of accepting cookies?
Storage and retrieval of cookies is supported by the web browser. Most used browsers are initially set to accept cookies. You can set your browser to be able to reject requests for storage of cookies at all or some cookies. Before you decide to change the default settings, be sure that a lot of cookies helps to increase the convenience of use. Disabling cookies may affect the operation of our site.