To enable cookies on a Mac, open the Safari Web browser. On the browser’s Tool bar select Safari, then Preferences, and from the Preferences pop-up window, click the Privacy tab to display privacy settings. Under the Coo... More »

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To enable cookies in Chrome, go to Settings and set the browser to "Allow local data to be set" under Cookies in the Content Settings menu. This process is not dissimilar to enabling cookies on other browsers, though som... More »

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Cookies in a Web browser are enabled by accessing the Options menu and the Privacy settings of the browser. Cookies, or small data files that track website activity, can be enabled or disabled from this menu. Enabling co... More »

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To delete cookies on a Mac, open the Safari Web browser. From the Tools menu, select Preferences, and from the pop-up window, click the Privacy tab. Once at the Privacy settings, you can delete all the cookies at once or... More »

To enable cookies in Chrome, go to Settings and set the browser to "Allow local data to be set" under Cookies in the Content Settings menu. This process is not dissimilar to enabling cookies on other browsers, though som... More »

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There are several reasons that could lead to a Mac running slowly, such as a full hard drive or an outdated OS X operating system. Other reasons include an overloaded program startup queue, too many processes running in ... More »

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To defragment a Mac, make sure the operating system is up to date, download a defragmenting utility, restart the computer and run the defragmenting utility. If that does not fix the problem, run Disk Utility or back up a... More »

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