Cookies & Privacy

Here at WindHut we take security and privacy very seriously, so it’s only right that we let you know how we use your Cookies. We at WindHut pride ourselves on our integrity and are very proud of our reputation as an honest and transparent website you can really trust.

A cookie, also known as an HTTP Cookie, Web Cookie, or Browser Cookie, is usually a small piece of data sent from a website and stored in your Web Browser. When you browse the same website in the future, the data stored in the cookie can be retrieved to remember certain things to enhance your website experience. Cookies are perfectly safe to be stored on your computer. and almost all web browsers have Cookie storing enabled as a default that can be disabled if you wish to doo so!

windhut.com uses Cookies as a reliable mechanism for your browing experience. We use Cookies to know if you are logged into windhut.com customer support area.

Remember, Cookies are not harmful to your computer. Here at WindHut we are committed to Customer Service so it is important that you are fully aware of the use of Cookies on our website. It’s also legislation from the European Union.

Cookies should always be enabled on your computer to really get the most out of your online experience with WindHut. If you wish to change your Cookie settings first find out what default web browser is on your computer by opening the Internet in the normal way on your PC.

On the tool bar at the top of your browser click Help and choose the about option from the drop down. This will tell you the Browser type and version. If you’re on a Mac, then just click on the Apple and select the About option.

Once you know the Browser you can easily find the Cookie setting using these simple instructions below as a guide (setting positions and paramaters may change as versions of the browser change).

Checking your settings in Internet Explorer 8 / 9 and earlier versions

Locate the ‘Tools’ tab on the menu areas of your browser. Click on this.
There is an option called ‘Internet Options’ on the list, select this option.
This should open a pop up box with lots of tabbed options. Select the ‘Privacy’ tab from the list.
Internet Explorer has a high, medium, low auto-adjust system for internet content handling. You can configure your own settings by clicking the advanced tab and ticking the ‘Override automatic cookie handling’

Settings above Medium will disable cookies, Medium or below will enable cookies

Checking your settings in Mozilla Firefox

Locate the ‘Tools’ tab on the menu areas of your browser. Click on this.
From the list of options on the drop down menu, click on ‘Options’
There should be a pop up window appear with tabs along the top. Find the ‘Privacy’ tab and select this.

You should now have some options for ‘Tracking’ and ‘History’. Under the ‘History’ drop down menu, select ‘Use customer settings for history’ if you wish to adjust your cookie settings.

Checking your settings in Google Chrome

Look for the spanner icon in Chrome and click on this
From this menu, select settings…
Within settings you will see tabs on the left hand side. Select the tab called ‘Under the Hood’
When this page loads you will see a tab at the top called ‘Content Settings’ – select this

This brings up your content controls including cookie permissions – select the option you feel most comfortable with

Checking your settings in Safari

Locate the Cog icon at the top of your browser and click on this.
From the list of options select ‘Preferences’
This should open a pop up window with several tabs along the top. From this list select the ‘Privacy’ option.
This will open the tab page that allows you to control the cookie settings on your browser.

If you have another browser…

Please check the help settings within your browser or use a search engine to find answers on the best way to enable or disable cookies in your chosen browser. Please remember we are not responsible for the content on external websites.

If you are still concerned and wish to get in contact please email us email support