Cookie Policy

Updated: December 25, 2020

At WinProductivity, we believe in clear transparency between our users and the information they choose to share with us. To maintain that level of mutual trust and avoid any liability issues pertaining to user data collected and stored by us, here is a detailed set of information on the WinProductivity Cookie Policy.

What are Cookies?

Cookies are a set of text and numbers that are stored in your browser memory in the form of a URL, to assist the browser in remembering user information that was previously used when the web page was last visited. Cookies can be accessed by the user computer or by the webserver. A cookie itself does not contain any real information, since it is only a small text-string file. It is the browser that can read a cookie after it retrieves the cookie stored from the computer.

There are two types of cookies. Session cookies are temporary and are deleted once the visited site is shut down. Persistent cookies are permanent and are stored in the browser’s subfolder. The server activates persistent cookies once the site that created them in the first place is re-visited.

Does WinProductivity use Cookies?

We use cookies to help ensure our users have nothing short of the best possible experience visiting and accessing our blog.

The use of cookies enables us to first and foremost secure your visit to the WinProductivity blog. Usage of cookies enables our server to identify and grow conversant with the device that you normally use.

Cookies also permit mutual exchange between our blog and its visitors. You can browse, access and share the information we publish on our blog, and in turn, WinProductivity can share relevant ads with you.

What types of cookies does WinProductivity use?

WinProductivity uses certain tracking technologies or tools that help us collect user cookies.

We use 2 types of cookies that are used by our tracking technologies:

Session Cookies — These cookies help a user to move from page to page within our web page without having to provide the same information that was already inserted into the site on the first visit. Session cookies are transient, the browser needs them to recognize a user without requiring authentication on each visit made next.

Persistent Cookies — These cookies help us remember the user activity on our web page. This includes behavioural data, preferences used for settings and content engagement metrics. Persistent cookies aid us in our analytic research and help us create statistics on user traffic and interest. Cookies generated from social media activity, ad viewership and analytics are all part of persistent cookies.

Here is a list of all tracking technologies used on the WinProductivityblog:

You can modify your browser settings if you want to alter and/or block cookies on several sites. This way you’ll get a notification asking for your permission for each web page you visit. You can also stop receiving cookies altogether by referring to your browser settings.

Refer to the list below to visit the help page on how to modify Cookie Settings on each of these browsers:

  • Google Chrome
  • Internet Explorer
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Android Browser
  • Opera
  • Safari