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Apple in its latest macOS High Sierra has paid special attention to Safari and your browsing privacy. In its efforts to give you secure browsing, Apple has added a feature to stop websites from tracking you in Safari on Mac. Cookies play an important role, and hence, Apple has disabled cookies on some websites so that you may not access some websites on Safari browser. If you want to check those websites, you need to enable cookies in Safari on mac in macOS High Sierra.
To enable cookies in Safari browser, you need to follow a simple method. We have listed a few easy steps for you; follow the steps on your Mac and you can allow cookies in Safari on your Mac.
How to Enable Cookies in Safari on Mac running macOS High Sierra
Step #1: Launch Safari browser from Dock or Applications folder on Mac.
Step #2: Now click on Safari in the Menu bar.
Step #3: Next, click on Preferences.
Step #4: You need to click on Security.
Step #5: Then, click to uncheck the Block pop-up windows box.
Step #6: Now click on Privacy.
Step #7: Finally, click to uncheck Block all cookies box.
It is done!
How to Manage Website Data in Safari in macOS High Sierra
Step #1: Open Safari browser on you Mac.
Step #2: Click on Safari in the Menu bar.
Step #3: Click on Preferences.
Step #4: Click on Privacy option.
Step #5: Now, click on Manage Website Data.
Step #6: Select the website for which you want to remove the data.
Step #7: Finally, Click on Remove.
Also note that you can delete all website data at once by just click on Remove all button.
Since you have successfully enabled cookies in Safari on Mac in macOS High Sierra, you can now browse all websites on your Mac.
You can also perform the action on your iPhone and iPad; this means, on your iOS devices, you can enable cookies.
If you are browsing websites on your iOS devices, you should stop websites from tracking you in Safari on iPhone and iPad.