What is a cookie?
Cookies or small text files which are sent to a browser and stored in it in order to register certain activities which a user undertakes while visiting a website. Amongst other things, cookies allow us to remember browsing preferences, your preferred language and other options, making the use of our site easier. Our cookies or third-party cookies do not remember any user personally, only the device which they use to browse, so we can, for example, see how many visits our website has had. Thanks to cookies you can enter private areas of the site securely and they will remember your preferences temporarily and enhance your browsing experience. Cookies have a very important function, however accepting their use during your browsing is a personal decision. You have the option to not allow them, and set your browser to block cookies.
We use four types of cookies:
Technical Cookies: These are principally used in order to browse in a correct way around the website and enter all sections without problems.
Analytical Cookies: These show us how a user interacts with our website and helps us to understand how they use it, for example to know how many people have visited, to know with which type of device they have connected. The information collected is related to for example the number of pages visited, the language used, social network where our media is published, the city which the IP belongs to from where users have connected, the number of users who visit us, the frequency and re-visits, visit time, browser used, operator or type of device which has been used.
This information helps us improve our page, detect new requirements and to evaluate the improvement we made to make to give users a better user experience.
Affiliation Cookies: These are cookies which we use to detect visit for other websites with which we may have affiliation aggreements.
Advertising Cookies: We use these to get to know the users’ preferences and with this offer ads related to their preferences.
How to activate or deactivate cookies?
Most browsers block cookies by default, but you can activate or deactivate them as you prefer. It depends on the browser you use.
If you decide to block cookies from Restore Electronica, you will barely notice a difference. However, when trying to make a purchase, you may find that at some point during the process, you can not continue.
In other words Restore Electronica can’t guarantee that our website will work correctly if you block cookies.
Here we explain to you how to activate or deactivate cookies depending on the browser you use:
Internet Explorer: Click on the Tools button top right and then Internet Options. Clikc on Privacy and from there slider the control up and down to get to the preferred degree of cookie control.
Firefox: Click on the Firefox menu top left and select Privacy. In History choose Use Personal Settings for History. Check the option Accept Cookies to activate or uncheck to deactivate. Firefox also allows you to choose how long to allow cookies for. Click on accept to save changes.
Google Chrome: Click on the Tools button top right. Select Settings and click on Advanced Options. In Privacy click the Content setting and from their you can set the cookie setting as you prefer.
Safari: Click on Safari, go to Preferences, open the Privacy tab and choose the option you prefer in the Block Cookies section.
Android: Start the Android default browser. Click on Menu. Select the More tab and click on Settings. Finally, check or uncheck Cookies as you prefer.