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How do I enable cookies on Windows 7

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Some sites do hold my password for access ( e.g. credit card) when I went to ' help'. the suggestion for firefox was to go to firefox then 'tools', etc. When I explored firefox and open the different windows I was not able to find tools. Further investigation I found similar instructions but it stated it was for Windows XP. So how can I enable cookies on Windows 7?

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Hi Esther.Applegate,

Do you have the Firefox menu in the upper left hand side of the screen? If you do, hit Alt to temporarily enable the Menu bar. Then go to Tools > Options > Privacy. The article Enhanced Tracking Protection in Firefox for desktop will show you how to set an exception for that site.

If you want the Menu bar on at all times, go to Firefox > Options and enable Menu bar.

Hopefully this helps!

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Thank you Matt G. I appreciated learning how to set up the menu bar for using all the time. I followed your instructions but when I got to 'privacy' I saw no option for [enabling and disabling cookies]. I had a choice of [clear your recent history or remove individual cookies] Esther A