Firefox users now have access to Total Cookie Protection by default. Find all you need to know about it in this article.
Learn what "cookies" are, how websites use them, and how you can manage the cookies that Firefox stores.
The Firefox cache temporarily stores parts of websites you visit. Learn how to clear it to fix issues with how websites work or look.
Cookies and site data are stored on your computer by websites you visit. Learn how to block websites from storing this data in Firefox.
Some advertisers use third-party (cross-site) cookies to track your visits to the various websites on which they advertise. Learn more.
Learn how to delete cookies that store website preferences and login status, remove site data and clear cached web content in Firefox.
Make Firefox "Forget" your recent browsing history for a specified time period while leaving the rest alone. All it takes is a few clicks.
Websites store things like your preferences, login status, and trackers in "cookies" on your computer. Learn how to manage cookies in Firefox.
This article describes how to troubleshoot problems that involve websites reporting that cookies are blocked or disabled.
To address frustrations caused by cookie banners on websites, Firefox version 120 introduces a cookie banner blocker. Learn how it works.