We Respect Your Privacy
In simple language, a cookie is a small combination of numbers and/or letters that is stored on your hard drive. These numbers/letters are a way for your Web browser to announce itself to our server. When you accept a cookie, we do not learn private information about you or get access to data stored on your computer. To learn more about how National Instruments respects your privacy, please read our Privacy Statement.
How to Enable Cookies
- Netscape 6.x: Select Edit, then Preferences, then double-click Advanced. A box appears allowing you to select "Enable all cookies" or "Warn me before storing a cookie".
- Netscape 7.x/Mozilla 1.x: Select Edit, then Preferences, then double-click Advanced, then Scripts & Plugins. Make sure both 'Create or Change cookies' and 'Read cookies' are selected. Double-click Advanced. Double-click Privacy & Security, then Cookies. Make sure one of the options that enables cookies is selected.
- Internet Explorer 5.x: Select Tools, then Internet Options. Then select Security, click Internet, then Custom Level. Under Cookies, you have the option to Enable or Prompt (warn you when accepting a cookie).
- Internet Explorer 6.x: Select Tools, then Internet Options. Then select Privacy and click Advanced. You have the option to Enable or Prompt (warn you when accepting a cookie) both First-party and Third-party cookies.
You can also view or delete all cookies set on your machine by National Instruments.