There are LEVELS of concern having to do with blocking cookies and the method you need to use to block them in Firefox. Also everytime I get one of their updates all the cookies I have so LABORIOUSLY entered get erased with the NEW FIREFOX UPDATE. Firefox makes it deliberately difficult to selectively block cookies - you have to write them all down yourself with all the dots and the nets and the com and then type them in. With each update the sites I want blocked are erased and I have to start all over and frankly I'm fed up - my computer - around the world in 80 days would be faster than my computer. when I check there are alll kinds of cookies with ads.whatever.net or .com along with pocket. whatever - all these annoying things that are obviously ad oriented and the way to block them is very work intensive. If you try to ask a question to get help you get about a hundred pages of old questions and answers to read through which I am not doing - then you take a customer service survey they say will take 2 minutes but as soon as you check VERY DISSATISFIED thats the end of the 2-minute survey so obviously they only want to have people not ticked off to take their stupid survey.
I have tried Maxthon but its just another Firefox and a pain. THERE SHOULD BE AN EASIER WAY TO BLOCK COOKIES THAN TYPING THEM IN ONE BY ONE.
Internet Explorer has options to check how you want it to run that I haven't a clue about which to check. Stuff about script debugging and enabling FTP and a myriad of other questions that I need to take a course in probably to figure them all out.
I'm thru with Firefox updates because if forced to enter millions of cookies myself typing them in I'm not about to have them all erased again. I read on a tech website discussion where if wait too long to install updates they will set it up to install anyway at which point I will never use them again not that the loss of my one acct means anything but I'm tired of paying for a computer that cookie crap takes over and slows down and Firefox should have a way (they have before so I know its possible) where you can have you cursor on the cookie and say to block it - now you have to enter each intricate cookie yourself - FED UP and probably too ticked off to get the sleep I need.
Edited by JayJax, 08 August 2015 - 03:19 AM.