What Private Browsing Does

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Ctrl+Shift+N: Start incognito session in a new window in Google Chrome

You should see this in the top right corner of the Firefox window. A drop-down menu will appear. Click New Private Window. Doing so will launch a new private browsing window where you can browse and download files without Firefox keeping a record of your history. Tap the Firefox app icon, which resembles an orange fox wrapped around a blue globe. Tap the "Tabs" icon. It's the numbered square at the bottom of the screen. Doing so brings up a list of open tabs.

Tap the mask icon. You'll see it in the bottom-left corner of the screen. The mask will turn purple, signifying that you're now in private browsing mode. It's in the bottom-right corner of the screen. Doing so opens a new tab in private browsing mode. Your search history will not be saved while you use this tab. You can switch back to regular browsing by tapping the numbered square and then tapping the mask icon to turn it off. Closing Firefox will delete any open private browsing tabs.

It's in the top-right corner of the screen. Tap New private tab. This option is near the top of the drop-down menu. You can switch back to the regular browsing tab by tapping the numbered square in the upper-right side of the screen and then tapping the hat icon in the upper-left side of the screen. Click or double-click the Edge app icon, which resembles a dark-blue background with a white "e" icon or a dark-blue "e".

It's in the top-right corner of the window. Click New InPrivate Window. You'll see this option near the top of the drop-down menu. Clicking this option will bring up a new browsing window in which you can view pages or download files without Edge saving your history.

Closing the InPrivate window will take you back to your regular browsing window. Click or double-click the Internet Explorer app icon, which resembles a light-blue "e" icon.

This prompts a pop-out window. It's close to the top of the pop-out Safety menu. Doing so will open Internet Explorer's InPrivate Browsing window in which you can browse without your computer saving your search history or a log of your downloads.

Exiting InPrivate Browsing will return you to your regular browsing session. Click the Safari app icon, which resembles a blue compass, in your Mac's Dock.

It's in the top-left corner of the screen. Doing so will open Safari's version of incognito mode in which you can browse without Safari remembering your visited sites or downloads.

Safari's Private Window has a darker color scheme than a standard browsing window. Tap the Safari app icon, which resembles a blue compass on a white background. Tap the two overlapping boxes button. Safari is the original purveyor of private browsing and as such, will also let you surf in a private window just like the others. Extensions in Safari will continue to operate while in private mode, unlike Chrome and Internet Explorer.

To do so, first tap the new tab icon in the lower-right corner of the new tab screen. Additionally, you can expect to hide similar types of information from prying eyes when using browsing mode. And remember, private browsing is useful for more than just privacy. You can also use private browsing to troubleshoot potentially problem extensions. The Best Tech Newsletter Anywhere. Join , subscribers and get a daily digest of news, comics, trivia, reviews, and more.

It would be great to have a way to start chrome in incognito mode, perhaps with a desktop icon. Anyone know of a way? Agreed — unfortunately, this looks like the complete list of command line options http: Ctrl Shift N is a keyboard shortcut for making a new folder on any place in Windows: HI… yeah, so is there any way to have a shortcut key for Google Chrome Incognito mode, with the home page set to http: It looks like you can create a program shortcut to chrome, and then edit the shortcut to use the -incognito flag, plus a space and then the name of the web site you want to visit.

It was implemented in Firefox years ago….

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