The purpose of this section is to inform you how Desktop uses the cookies when you visit our website

1.What are cookies and what do they do?

A cookie is a small alphanumeric text file deposited on the hard disk of the Internet user by the server of the web site visited or by an external server (advertising, web analysis service, etc. …).

When you visit the Desktop website, the cookies, if you have accepted them, record information that is stored in the memory of your hard disc.

We use this information for:

  • Creating web analysis statistics.
  • Adapting the presentation of the web page’s contents to the viewing preferences of your device (language, screen resolution, operative system, etc.) during your visits to the web page.
  • Adapt the advertising content shown in the terminal equipment, which connects to the web page.
  • Store the information regarding any form that the user fills out on our web page.

2.Third-party cookies

On our website, cookies may be sent by third parties, as a result of the third-party application integrated into our website through the third-party contents in our advertising spaces or through external advertising services that exploit our advertising spaces.

These cookies are used to:

  • Count the total number of ads that are displayed in our advertising spaces, identify these ads, the number of users who clicked on each add, etc., in order to keep statistics;
  • Recognize your terminal when you browse later on any other site or service on which these advertisers and third-parties also emit cookies and adapt the content to the browsing of your terminal.

Cookies emitted by social networks

The Desktop website makes use of plug-ins from social networks. Therefore, if you interact with the plug-ins, e.g., by clicking on “Like” or “Share,” then the information relating to your browsing on the site and your membership in social networks will be transmitted and stored on a server of the social media company and shared according to the parameters of your user account in keeping with the conditions of each company.

3.Accept/reject cookies

You can choose at any moment to accept or reject the installation of cookies on your terminal by way of your browser configuration.

3.1 I accept cookies

Whether a cookie is installed in the user’s terminal equipment depends essentially on the terminal’s intent to accept it or reject it; this decision can be expressed and modified at any moment free of charge using the options that offered by the Internet browser offers that is installed on the user’s terminal equipment.

If the user of the terminal equipment has accepted in his browser that cookies are accepted on his terminal, then the cookies of the Internet pages that he has visited are stored temporarily on a space dedicated to this of the user’s terminal equipment. These cookies can only be read by the party that has emitted them.

What benefit is there from accepting cookies?

When you visit the Desktop website, these cookies compile information that is stored on the terminal. We use this information to offer you products as a function of the articles that you have selected on your previous visits, thus making browsing on our site easier for you.

3.2 I reject cookies

If you reject the installation of cookies in your user terminal or, if you eliminate cookies that had been recorded in other prior accesses, then you must keep in mind that you will not be able to benefit from a series of functions that are necessary to browse in some areas of our web page. Thus it will not be able to recognize, for example, the default language of the terminal equipment, the type of browser installed on the user’s terminal equipment in order to be able to adapt the viewing of the web page, the country from which the device connects to the web page, etc.

In this event that the user rejects the installation of cookies or that the user suppresses them, Desktop does not assume any responsibility for the consequences related with the degraded operation of the services that the web page offers due to the impossibility of recording or seeing the cookies necessary for the perfect operation of the web page.

When a choice is made to reject cookies, we still install a cookie called “rejection cookie.” This cookie allows us to remember your choice in order to avoid asking you on each visit whether you wish to accept or reject cookies.

4.Configuration of the browser

The configuration of cookies depends on the browser. This is described on the help menu of your browser.

For Internet Explorer

In order to customize the configuration of cookies from a website

Click on the Tools button and then on the Internet Options button.

Click on the Privacy tab and then on Sites.

In the Address Box of the website, enter the complete address (URL) of the website the privacy configuration of which you wish to customize.


Next click on Block or Allow.

Repeat steps 3 and 4 for each web site that you wish to block or allow. Finally, click twice on Accept.

For Safari

Go to the”Safari” menu and enter the “Preferences” section. Next click on the Security tab and you can set the Cookies.

Para Chrome

  • Click on the Chrome menu located on the browser’s toolbar.
  • Select Configuration
  • Click on Show advanced options
  • In the “Privacy” section, click on the button Content Configuration.

In the “Cookies” section, you can configure the option that are indicated below:

  • Delete cookies
  • Block cookies by default
  • Allow cookies by default
  • Include exceptions of domain cookies or specific web sites.

For Firefox

Click on the Tools button and then on Options.

Click on the Privacy tab.

In the section History, select “Use a customized configuration for the history».

Mark the box to accept cookies and click on Exceptions in order to select the websites that you authorize (always or never) to install cookies in your terminal.

For Opera

Options > Advanced > Cookies

The cookies options control the way that Opera manages the cookies. The default option is to accept all cookies.

Accept cookies

  • Accept all (by default)
  • Accept cookies only from the site visited
  • Third-party cookies are rejected for domains external to the one that you are visiting
  • Do not accept cookies
  • All cookies are rejected

For Edge

In Microsoft Edge, we must click on Configuration, which is to be found within the menu More Actions, in the upper right corner.

The default option is not to block cookies, in order to modify it, you must click on View advanced configuration and in the cookies section you can choose the following options from the drop-down menu:

  • Do not block cookies (default)
  • Only block third-party cookies
  • Block all cookies