Thanks for the thoughtful response @Headspark . I recently download the utorrent web utility. I noticed it asked me several times if I wanted to install other software with it. I’m not sure I clicked the appropriate response all times, so there may be some software that came with that that is having an affect on cookies? I’m not sure, but yes, the issue started around the time I downloaded now that I think of it.
Because since Windows 10, Microsoft as well as the majority of ISPs (Internet Service Providers) have drastically reduced the available torrent sites found on the Internet. Even the major Linux Distributions no longer offer BitTorrent software to download movies, music and photos.
Windows XP, Vista, 7 & 8 were known to allow users to download anything they wanted but since Windows 10. illegal downloads have ceased.
I know that during the Windows 98, 2000 and XP era of Microsoft operating systems that Bill Gates encouraged mp3 music pirating and movie downloads. However, business firms were denied this ability hence Windows NT Server, 2000 Server etc… I would believe that computer industry which includes the advice from Bill Gates that downloads of mp3s & movies no longer be allowed since the music & movie industry were losing money and would sue Microsoft and ISPs for letting this happen.
i dont like illegal downloaders stealing stuff its not fair & the worst is the when someone offers a free service and asks for the price of a coffee i think that is such a nice way to be but how many people will be like fk that but then i dont like puting my bank details online as well