Dear Internet User, </ h5>
This website saves on your computer, and more specifically in the clipboard of your web browser (eg Firefox, Internet Explorer, Chrome) on your computer user account (or phone) where you connect to the Internet, so-called. cookies.
Thanks to the cookies used on this website in online statistics systems (Google Analytics, Pixel facebook) the author of this blog knows how many users look at what they are reading and what they skip. This allows you to constantly improve this blog, and better tailor its content to your needs. In addition, cookies are used on this website for the correct functioning of social plugins, which allow you to easily publish entries from this blog on social networking sites such as Facebook, Google+, Twitter or Pinterest.
If you believe that the presence of cookies violates your privacy, you can disable them at any time – either for a specific website or in general for all connections from your browser (remember that this may result in the functionality of selected websites being unavailable).
How do I disable cookies in your browser?
Below are instructions for disabling cookies on popular Internet browsers. If your browser does not match any of the descriptions below, look for help on the browser creator’s website or in its help file.
Google Chrome </ h5>
This browser, in addition to the possibility of clearing cookies, allows you to view a detailed description of the browser’s privacy features.
To clear cookies and other browsing data, click on the button with three horizontal lines, which is located on the right side of the address bar – select “Tools” from the menu that appears and then “Clear browsing data”. A detailed description of the browser’s privacy function can be found under the link “More information”.
Mozilla Firefox </ h5>
This browser allows you to specify whether you want to be tracked via cookies in general or whether you want to delete certain cookies on specific websites.
To specify these settings in the “Tools” menu, select “Options” and in them the “Privacy” tab.
Microsoft Internet Explorer </ h5>
Thanks to a special slider, you can determine the overall level of your privations. Additionally, by using the “Website” button, you can decide about settings for specific websites.
To specify these settings in the “Tools” menu, select “Internet Options” and in them the “Privacy” tab.
Opera </ h5>
Using the “Opera” button placed in the upper left corner, open the menu and select “Settings” in it and then the “Clear browsing history” option. In addition, there is a button “Manage cookies …” which allows for more advanced management of options for individual websites.
Apple Safari </ h5>
Using the “Safari” menu, select “Preferences” and in it the “Privacy” tab. This tab contains extensive options for cookies.
Mobile phones, tablets and other mobile devices </ h5>
Each type of mobile device may support such functionality in a different way depending on the type of device and the platform used. Therefore, you should read the privacy settings in the help file, documentation or operating instructions for the given device or operating system.