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With macOS Sierra, Safari has become a lot faster, secure and efficient. You can fully customize website settings to stop spammers from tracking you and be able to enhance your web browsing experience. The latest macOS has also changed the way the web browser deals with cookies, login credentials, and other website data. Hence, at times you might not be able to access some websites. So, what's the solution to it? Very simple, you need to enable cookies in Safari on your Mac running macOS High Sierra to access those sites.

Personally, I find the newest avatar of Safari very helpful. In the wake of the ever-increasing cyber crime, it pays to be extra cautious. Therefore, I don't mind if I face some inconvenience because of the highly secure system. Enough talk? Let me show you how to allow cookies to do their usual work in Safari on Mac!

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How to Enable Cookies in Safari on Mac

How to Enable Cookies in Safari on Mac Running macOS High Sierra

Step #1. Launch Safari on your Mac → Click on Safari menu at the top left corner → Select Preferences.

Click on Preferences in Safari on Mac

Step #2. Click on Security tab → Next up, you need to uncheck next to Block pop-up windows.

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Uncheck Block pop-up Windows in Safari on Mac

Step #3. Now, you have to click on Privacy tab and then uncheck the box next to Block all cookies.

Uncheck Block all cookies in Safari on Mac

That's it!

If you ever want to block all the cookies again, just follow the same steps mentioned above and recheck the boxes.

Wrapping up

Considered as the most secure web browser, Safari remains my most trusted web browser across iDevices. What do you think of it? Share your valuable feedback in the comments below.

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