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Cookies - Why?

In order to have our website up and running smoothly, we will place a small file on your computer called a cookie. Most of the big websites are doing this. So, do we know how we can make your experience with our site even better.

What are cookies?

A cookie is a small text file that a web site on your computer or mobile device, saving it for when you visit the site. As will be remembered by the website, the pages you visited, and your preferences (such as user name, language, font size, font, and other preferences), so that you will not do so on every visit to the site, you have to re-fill it.

Cookies - How to check or delete

You can use cookies to check and/or delete it. For more on this, read on You can have all the cookies on your computer, erase it, and you can also set your browser so that cookies are blocked. It does, however, require that you have your preferences each time you visit re-set, and that in some parts of the site are not (properly) working.

Cookies - How to refuse!

You can refuse to accept cookies. It may be, as specified by the settings of your web browser. The website of the Dutch consumers ' association, explains this in detail, and the details of how to do this. Click here to visit the website of the Dutch consumers ' association consumentenbond has to go. Microsoft also provides a clear explanation of how to set this up, click here to go to the Microsoft web site.

What do we do with cookies?

We use cookies for a variety of reasons, We have to investigate how visitors interact with our website so we can improve the site. The analysis and research in order to improve the website so that you will be as easy and simple as possible to find what you're looking for. Your settings will be remembered and that is what makes a visit to the website easier.

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