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The Compu b website uses cookies in order to track your order process, save personal preferences and help us deliver content specific to you. Cookies also make your experience smoother by remembering your customised preferences and allowing you to login faster. By using our website you will be prompted to acceptcookies. You can also chose to decline all cookies from the settings in your web browser. We do not share our cookies with any other site.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a file containing a unique ID that is sent to your browser. This file is sent to the website everytime a new page is requested.  This helps a website improve the users experience by keeping track of how they navigate the website. They normally do not store any information that personally identifies a user, but it may be possible to link the information to personal inforation a company has.

What are cookies used for?

Cookies are typically used by websites when they want to know if your device has visited that website previously. Cookies on your device can then be used to help remember your preferences such as language or currency, help improve navigation between pages and generally improve your experience browsing the website.

Cookies are also used by companies to help understand how their website is being used. Google Analytics and other similar services use cookies to provide anonymous  data such as how long users in general spent on a website, which pages they visited and in which order for example.

They can also be used for online advertising, by aggregating the basic information cookies gather, informed guesses can be made about a users demographic and advertisements, such as web banners can be targeted to them. Esentially, when you visit a website about holidays or travel, it may store a cookie on your device, so the next website you visit will then contain advertisments about holidays that may be more relevant to you.

How can I disable cookies?

This will vary depending on your internet browser, see the below instructions for the most popular devices:

Safari on a Mac

Click Safari > Preferences > Privacy.
In this menu you can chose to block cookies from all websites or by clicking Manage Website Data, remove cookies from specific websites. 

Safari on iOS

From the Home Screen, Tap Settings > Safari
From this screen you can tap to Block All Cookies or if you tap Advanced>Website Data you can choose to delete data for specific websites.

Chrome on a Mac

Click Chrome in the Top left > and then Clear browsing data.
At the top, choose a time range. To delete everything, select All time.
Next to "Cookies and other site data" and "Cached images and files," check the boxes.

Chrome on a PC

In the top right, click MoreMore tools and then Clear browsing data.
At the top, choose a time range. To delete everything, select All time.
Next to "Cookies and other site data" and "Cached images and files," check the boxes.


Do not track for Safari

iOS features a Do Not Track setting. This feature is designed to limit targeting and tracking of web browsing behavior by various web services by sending them a message with each page, asking them not to track you.

To enable it:
From the Home screen tap Settings > Safari from this menu you can enable Prevent Cross-Site Tracking and also Ask Website Not to Track Me options.

Which Cookies do Compu b use?

How long are they stored for?

The above cookie information is stored for various periods of time. See more details below:

Google Analytics (_ga) - 2 Years 
Google Analytics (_gid) - up to 24 Hours 
VWO (_vwo_uuid_v2) - 100 Days
Crazy Egg (ceg.s) - 3 Months 
Crazy Egg (ceg.u) - 3 Months 

Where can I learn more information on cookies?