Learn how to allow or block third-party cookies in Microsoft Edge. Third-party cookies are cookies that belong to a different domain than the one indicated in the address bar. This type of cookie usually appears when web pages contain content from external sites, such as. B. Advertising Banners. The edge allows you to block them.
Normally the domain attribute of the cookie corresponds to the domain in the address bar of the web browser, so it is a first-party cookie. However, the third-party cookie belongs to a different domain than the one in the address bar. A third-party ad network that actively uses and tracks user activity to deliver relevant ads to individual users.
By default, Microsoft Edge allows all cookies, including third-party cookies. This article tells you how to allow or block third-party cookies in the Microsoft Edge browser.
Allow or block third-party cookies in Microsoft Edge
- Open Microsoft Edge
- Press Alt + F or the menu button with the three dots.
- Select Settings from the menu.Open Edge Settings
- Under Settings on the left, navigate to Cookies and Site Permissions.
- On the right, under Cookies and saved data, click Manage and delete cookies and site data.
- On the next page, turn the Block third-party cookies option on or off for what you want.
You’re done. You can now close the Settings tab in Microsoft Edge.
In addition, Edge supports a policy for blocking third-party cookies for all users, BlockThirdPartyCookies. If you enable this policy, items on web pages not from the website you just bookmarked will not be able to set cookies. Users cannot change the affected option in Edge settings. If you do not configure this policy, users can change the third-party cookie settings described above.
Block third-party cookies within certain limits for all users
- Open the registry editor.
- Go to the key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREPoliciesMicrosoftEdge. If the Edge key is missing, create it manually.
- Edit or create a new 32-bit DWORD value of BlockThirdPartyCookies on the right.
- Set the value to 1..
- Restart the browser if you have it open.
To save time, you can download the following REG files.
Download the registration files
The ZIP archive contains two files,
- Block third-party cookies in Microsoft Edge for all users.
- Allow third-party cookies in Microsoft Edge.reg – this will restore the default settings.
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