Users' personal or confidential data can be exposed when they browse or make purchases online, so privacy plays a very important role on the internet. To help preserve it, the Google Chrome browser offers the option of opening one or more windows in incognito mode . With this type of browsing, Chrome does not save certain private data such as search history, cookies or pages visited. Instead, the user's personal settings and bookmarks are still available as usual..
Browsing Chrome incognito does not prevent your activities from being visible to internet providers and the operators of the web pages you visit.
In this article you will discover the different options to open private windows in Chrome and how to configure the browser to browse incognito on a regular basis..
To activate Chrome's incognito mode, first open your browser. Click on the three dots icon to the right of the address bar and select? New incognito window ? in the drop-down menu.
A new window will open in which you can browse Chrome incognito. The information page that will appear below indicates that the private browsing mode is active. You will also be able to recognize that you are browsing incognito by the icon and title that appear in the upper right, next to the address bar..
If you prefer, you can enable Chrome's private browsing mode easily and quickly using a keyboard shortcut. To do this, press [ctrl] + [shift] + [N] at the same time if you are using Chrome on a Windows computer or [CMD] + [shift] + [N] if you are working with a Mac device.
Chrome's incognito mode lets you open as many windows and tabs as you like to browse privately. To the right of the Chrome incognito icon, a number appears indicating how many windows are open with this feature.
To exit Chrome's private browsing mode, just close all open incognito windows.
If you use incognito mode regularly, you should create a shortcut on your desktop that will allow you to start this mode with a double click. To create the link, follow these steps: