HomeComputerMuseum uses cookies on this website. On this page you can read how and where on the site cookies are placed on and information is read from your computer, tablet or mobile phone (so-called peripherals) and for what purposes this information is used.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small pieces of (text) information that are sent to your browser when you visit the website and are subsequently stored on the hard disk or in the memory of the Peripheral Equipment. The browser can send this information back on a subsequent visit to the website. The cookies placed via this website cannot damage your Peripheral Equipment or the files stored on it.

Which cookies and for what purpose?

  1. Functional cookies
    These cookies are necessary to provide the requested service. For example, functional cookies ensure that after logging in to the website you do not have to log in again on every page and these functional cookies remember the forms completed on the website.
  2. Session cookies
    In addition to functional cookies, we also place cookies that are only stored on your peripheral equipment for a limited time. As soon as you close the web browser, these cookies are automatically deleted. These so-called session cookies are used to map surfing behavior on the website during a specific visit. HomeComputerMuseum can use this information to adapt the website to the needs of visitors.
  3. Permanent cookies
    We also place cookies that remain on your peripherals for a longer period of time. On the basis of these so-called permanent cookies, your peripheral equipment will be recognized the next time you visit the website. These cookies allow HomeComputerMuseum to display web info that is specifically adapted to your preferences. Because your preferences have already been set, you save time when you visit the website again and it is more pleasant to use.
  4. Cookies from third parties
    In addition to the cookies that HomeComputerMuseum places itself, third-party cookies are also placed on your peripherals via the website. HomeComputerMuseum has no control or authority over the use of these cookies and / or the use that the third parties make of the information collected by means of the cookies. HomeComputerMuseum only offers the platform that makes it possible to place these third party cookies. HomeComputerMuseum points out that the use of the collected data may be subject to further conditions of the third parties. Below is indicated which types of third party cookies are placed via the website.

Google Analytics

HomeComputerMuseum uses Google Analytics to collect web statistics about the use and visit of the website. Google Analytics places a permanent cookie on your peripherals on the basis of which your use of the website is registered. This data is then analyzed by Google and the results are provided to HomeComputerMuseum. In this way, HomeComputerMuseum gains insight into the way in which the website is used and, on the basis of that information, can make adjustments to the website or its services if necessary. Google may provide this information to third parties if it is legally obliged to do so and / or if third parties process the information on behalf of Google. Google may / may not use the information for other Google services.

Social plug ins

The website provides access to various social media, including but not limited to Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+. With the help of these so-called social plug-ins you can share information on the website with others or recommend it. Third parties place cookies on your Peripherals via the social plug-ins. These cookies may be intended to optimize the user experience, but tracking cookies may also be placed that are used to track your surfing behavior across multiple websites and to build a profile of your surfing behavior. In addition to access to these social media, the website also shows videos that come from third-party websites, including YouTube. These third parties primarily place cookies that make it possible to show the videos to you. In addition, tracking cookies can be placed that are used to track surfing behavior across multiple websites and to build a profile of your surfing behavior.

Delete cookies

You can revoke the permission you give HomeComputerMuseum to place and read first and third party cookies at any time by setting your browser so that it does not accept cookies and / or by deleting all cookies already placed in your browser. . You should take into account that removing cookies may result in certain parts of the Website not working or not working properly.


It is possible that the information collected or otherwise read via a cookie contains personal data. If this is the case, we will only use and store the personal data provided within for the performance of an agreement or to provide information about activities. The personal data is not provided to third parties.


Any changes to this cookie statement will be announced via this website.