Date: Thu, 6 Nov 1997 10:39:27 -0600 From: Cynthia Bernstein Subject: Re: "cookies" Netscape, too, has a cookies folder. You can set Netscape not to receive cookies. Cindy On Thu, 6 Nov 1997, Wayne Glowka wrote: > >"Cookies" are files that are downloaded to your hard drive when you > >connect to certain Web sites. These files contain your computer > >information that the Web site has recorded. When you return to a site > >that has loaded a "cookie" on your machine, the site can use your > >"cookie" information for various and sundry site documentation purposes. > > > >Internet Explorer has a folder called "Cookies". You can remove them if > >it bothers you. > > > >Jessie > > It seems to me that a better choice of terms would be "ticks" or "fleas" or > even "stickers." > > Thanks for the information. > > Wayne Glowka >