Cookies and How We Use Them
Our web servers may place small files known as "cookies," “beacons,” “pixels,” and by other names (all referred to as “cookies” on this page) onto your device. The cookies contain information which enable us to identify you so you do not have to re-enter certain information each time you visit our websites (such as your language or location choice), keep track of which of our webpages you view and your shopping choices, and provide you a better overall experience using our websites. We also use third-party services to help us measure the effectiveness of our websites. These companies may place cookies on your device to help us analyze the traffic on our website and better meet our customers' needs.
How To Manage Cookies
The cookies Micron uses help us provide you a better experience and to improve our website. Blocking cookies can prevent our website from working properly. We recommend that you allow cookies for our website.
However, you can decide whether or not to accept cookies. There are several ways to manage cookies, including through your internet browser’s settings, third-party browser plug-ins or add-ons, applications designed to manage cookies, and “opt out” choices.
All major internet browsers include settings which manage cookies. To find out how to use your browser’s settings, please consult your browser’s “help” section.
There are also many third-party browser plug-ins or add-ons that are designed to help you manage cookies. To discover how to find and manage these applications, you may want to try your browser’s “help” section, your browser provider’s website, or reputable third-party websites.
In addition, there are many stand-alone applications which help manage cookies, such as the internet security and safety applications offered by Norton and McAfee. Try searching reputable third-party websites to find additional options.
Learn More About Cookies and Explore Opt-Out Choices
We encourage you to learn more about cookies and explore opt-out choices. Some suggested sites are:
Do Not Track Signals
Some web browsers transmit “do-not-track” signals to the websites you visit. Various standard setting organizations, such as W3C, are working to establish consistent guidelines on how to handle these signals, but have not yet reached consensus. Micron does not currently take action in response to these signals, but if and when standards are established, we may reassess how to respond to these signals.
Last updated: September 29, 2014