Yes, browser logs are small files that the website or its service provider transfers to the hard drive on your computer Via your Internet browser (if you allow), which enables the systems of the website or its service provider to identify your browser Collect and store specific information. For example, we use browser logs to help us remember and process the goods that you have You have added them to your shopping cart and are used to help us understand your preferences based on your current or past activities, Which enables us to offer you an enhanced service. We also use browser logs to help us classify the data we’ve collected about Site traffic and interactions that occur on it so we can provide the best experience and tools on the site in the future.
We use your browser logs to:
Helps remember and process goods added to your shopping cart.
Understand and store user favorites for future visits.
Follow up ads.
Categorize the data collected for traffic and interactions on the site in order to provide a better experience and tools in the future.
We may also use other reliable services to monitor this information on our behalf.
You can choose to be warned by your computer each time you send tracking logs, and you can opt out of receiving all these types of records. You can do this via your browser settings (such as Internet Explorer). Browser types vary slightly between them, so, Take a look at the help menu in your browser to learn how to adjust your device reception for tracking logs The feature of receiving browser logs, some features will stop, which will not affect the user experience that makes your site visit more Effectiveness, and some of our services may not work well. But you can send us your purchase orders