Open Internet Explorer and in the upper right corner click on the cogs, then choose for Internet Options.
A new window pops up and under the section of 'Browsing History', make sure that the checkbox is not checked.
Click on the three dots in the top right corner of Microsoft Edge. In the drop-down menu, click on Settings.
Click on the second 'Privacy & Security' tab. Then click on 'Choose what to clear' and make sure the first slider not on.
The settings on Google Chrome go through web pages and can therefore be accessed via the address bar at the top, which is the easiest way.
Open a new tab in Google Chrome and paste the following url in the address bar: chrome://settings/content/cookies. This will take you directly to the correct page of the settings.
On this page it is important that the second slider is not on , because if this is on, your cookies will be deleted after every session.
Managing cookie settings via Firefox is a little less obvious. The desired behavior can consist of a combination of settings. Firefox has two separate settings that guarantee almost the same.
Open your Firefox browser and click on the burger menu in the top right, then choose Options . In the side bar, click on Privacy & Security .
A window opens where you have to check two things. Under the section "Cookies & website data" you make sure that the box is unchecked .
Below that is a section "History" . Here you can either in the drop-down menu choose the first option , so the history (including the cookies) is always saved. If you choose the last option , namely the custom settings, it is best to ensure that the bottom box is not checked .