These are instructions for four major browsers web browsers, if you happen to use another browser or need any further information on removing cookies, please, fill in the form at our Contact page.

 

Google Chrome for computer:

From the Menu (the three dots at the right of your browser’s adress bar), open the Settings pane and show the Advanced settings section.

At this section find the Content settings option, open it and you will see an action for Cookies. There, you can both: look up all data websites have stored in your computer, searching by website domain (e. g. syneidis.com); or browse the full list for all domains.

Once you have located the resource you do not want to be stored (presumably cookies and stored data for syneidis.com and google-analytics.com, used by Cloudflare and Google respectively) in your device anymore, press the deletion button that is on it.

 

Google Chrome for phone/tablet:

Tap the green lock icon on the left of our website’s address at your address bar. In the menu that will pop, press the Site settings button.

Locate the storage size and you will find a trash bin icon. Press it, read the warning dialog and if you agree to it, confirm.

 

Firefox for computer:

From the Menu (the three dots at the right of your browser’s adress bar), open the Settings pane and show the Advanced settings section.

At this section find the Content settings option, open it and you will see an action for Cookies. There, you can both: look up all data websites have stored in your computer, searching by website domain (e. g. syneidis.com); or browse the full list for all domains.

Once you have located the resource you do not want to be stored (presumably cookies and stored data for syneidis.com and google-analytics.com) in your device anymore, press the deletion button that is on it.

 

Firefox for phone/tablet:

Tap the green lock icon on the left of our website’s address at your address bar. In the menu that will pop, press the Site settings button.

Locate the storage size and you will find a trash bin icon. Press it, read the warning dialog and if you agree to it, confirm.

 

Safari for computer:

From the Menu (the three dots at the right of your browser’s adress bar), open the Settings pane and show the Advanced settings section.

At this section find the Content settings option, open it and you will see an action for Cookies. There, you can both: look up all data websites have stored in your computer, searching by website domain (e. g. syneidis.com); or browse the full list for all domains.

Once you have located the resource you do not want to be stored (presumably cookies and stored data for syneidis.com and google-analytics.com) in your device anymore, press the deletion button that is on it.

 

Safari for iOS:

Tap the green lock icon on the left of our website’s address at your address bar. In the menu that will pop, press the Site settings button.

Locate the storage size and you will find a trash bin icon. Press it, read the warning dialog and if you agree to it, confirm.

 

Edge for Windows:

From the Menu (the three dots at the right of your browser’s adress bar), open the Settings pane and show the Advanced settings section.

At this section find the Content settings option, open it and you will see an action for Cookies. There, you can both: look up all data websites have stored in your computer, searching by website domain (e. g. syneidis.com); or browse the full list for all domains.

Once you have located the resource you do not want to be stored (presumably cookies and stored data for syneidis.com and google-analytics.com) in your device anymore, press the deletion button that is on it.

 

Edge for Windows Phone:

Tap the green lock icon on the left of our website’s address at your address bar. In the menu that will pop, press the Site settings button.

Locate the storage size and you will find a trash bin icon. Press it, read the warning dialog and if you agree to it, confirm.

 

If you need further assistance, please write us your concerns ar [email protected].

 

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