Sometimes, when we browse Internet at workplace or any cyber cafe, it may be very difficult to maintain privacy of what you browse. Because as we all know that any webpage you browse, browser saves every information about that in form of cookies, temporary Internet files and browsing history.
So, if you want to get rid of such problems and wanna browse Internet safely and very privately without saving any of your information in the browser, you should enable private browsing mode while surfing Internet.
Almost every browser provides private browsing mode and if you browse Internet in private browsing, it doesn’t save any details about what you’ve browsed.
This article will help you on how to enable private browsing mode in Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer. The private browsing will be helpful for you every time when you want nobody to see you browsing information.
How To Enable Private Browsing in Chrome
Google Chrome’s private browsing mode generally called Incognito Mode. To enable the incognito mode in your Google Chrome web browser, you can use any of these two following methods:
Method #1: Open Google Chrome browser and click on Menu button (Three square dots at top right corner). Now click on New Incognito Window.
Method #2: Simply you can press Ctrl+Shift+N simultaneously.
How To Enable Private Browsing in Firefox
To enable the private browsing mode in Firefox, you have to click on Firefox button at the top left corner of the browser. Now, select New Private Window. That’s it, your private window will be open in front of you.Click Here to know How to Set Firefox to Open in Private Mode Always!
Another simple method to open private browsing window in Firefox is to press Ctrl+Shift+P simultaneously.
How To Open Private Window in Internet Explorer
In the Internet Explorer, the overall procedure to open a private window is same as of Firefox. It means you just need to press the keys Ctrl+Shift+P simultaneously.
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That’s all, if you’re using any of the above web browser and want to browse Internet privately, you should use the obvious tips for every popular browser to enable private browsing mode.