What Is a Cookie (“Cookie”)?
Cookies are small text files stored on your computer by your web browser in response to a request from a website you are viewing. This allows the website you are considering to remember you, e.g., B. Your settings and history, or sign in.
Cookies can be stored on your computer for a short time (e.g., when you only have your browser open) or for a long time, even years. Cookies that are not set by this website are not accessible to us.
To record and maintain your preferences. This way, you can stay logged in and keep the website in the language or view you want.
Analytically. This allows us to recognize and improve how people use the website.
Advertising cookies (possibly third-party). Advertisers may set cookies when this website displays ads to identify who is viewing an ad or similar. Third parties can set up these cookies, meaning this site has no way of reading or writing these cookies.
Other third-party cookies for things like Facebook or Twitter sharing. Third parties usually set these cookies independently, so this website cannot access them.
The Standard Cookies We set these essential cookies for our forum’s regular and stable operation.
Additional Cookies And Those Set By Third Parties
Additional cookies may be set while using the website to store information and/or specific preferences while performing certain actions.
Other cookies may be set by third parties who provide information, such as B. anonymously tracking which users visit the website or stopping some pages with embedded content, such as B. YouTube or other media service providers.
You can manage cookies and cookie settings via your internet browser settings.
Documentation on managing cookies in common internet browsers:
Managing cookies in Microsoft Edge
Managing cookies in Microsoft Internet Explorer
Working cookies in Google Chrome
Working cookies in Mozilla Firefox
Working cookies in Safari for macOS
Working cookies in Safari for iOS
More About Cookies
To learn more about cookies and how to block certain types of cookies, please visit ICO’s cookies page.
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