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New site designs and features are tested regularly on our site. We do this by showing slightly different versions of our website to different people and anonymously track how our visitors respond to these different versions. Ultimately, this helps us provide you with a better website. CrazyEgg is used for this purpose.

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Here’s how to enable or disable cookies in each browser:

Google Chrome
1. Click on the Tools menu.
2. Select Options.
3. Click on the Advanced tab.
4. In the “Privacy” section, click on Content settings.
5. To enable or disable first and third-party cookies, check the Allow local data to be set option is selected. In any specific website, first-party cookies are those that enable the site domain indicated in the address bar. Third-party cookies come from other domain sources which contain elements, such as advertisements or pictures, embedded on the page. If you wish to accept only first-party cookies, please check the box Block all third party cookies without any exception.

Internet Explorer 
1. Click on Start > Control Panel. (Note: in the Classic View for Windows XP, click on the Start button> Settings> Control Panel).
2. Double-click on the Internet options button.
3. Click on the Privacy tab.
4. Click on the Advanced options button.
5. In the “Advanced Privacy Settings” window, select “Override automatic cookie handling”.
6. In the “first party Cookies” section, select the “OK” option or the “Prompt” option.
7. In the “Third-party Cookies” section, select the “OK” button or “Prompt” option, if you do not want to activate any Cookie, choose Deny. Note: If you select the “Prompt” option, you will be prompted to click on OK every time a website attempts to send you a cookie.
8. In the “Internet Options” window, click OK to exit the dialog box.

Firefox (3.0 and later versions)
1. Click on Tools > Options.
2. In the top pane, click on Privacy.
3. In the option “Firefox will:”, select Use custom settings for History.
4. Check the box next to Accept cookies to enable cookies or uncheck it to disable them.
4. Show options below the box to Accept third-party cookies: Choose Always, of the sites already visited or Never.
5. Click Accept.

Firefox (Apple/Mac)
1. Access the Firefox drop-down menu.
2. Select Preferences
3. Click on Privacy.
4. In the option “Firefox will:”, select “Use custom settings for History”.
5. Check the box next to “Accept cookies from websites” to enable cookies or uncheck it to disable them.
6. Click on Accept.

Safari
1. Access the Safari drop-down menu.
2. Select Preferences
3. In the top pane, click on Security.
4. In “Accept cookies”, select the option you want.
5. Click on Accept to save changes and exit.

Opera
1. Click on the “Tools” option on the Opera menu.
2. Select Preferences
3. Go to the “Advanced” option and go to the “Cookies” section.
4. Select or deselect “Accept cookies only from sites I visit” or “Accept cookies”.
5. Make sure the “Delete new cookies when I leave Opera” is not selected.
6. Click on Accept.