Incognito Browsing with Google Chrome


by Barbara J. Feldman on January 5, 2011

Users of Google’s Chrome browser have one-click access to private browsing through use of the “incognito mode.” When operating incognito, Chrome will not save cookies, browsing history, passwords, form data, or download history. To switch to incognito mode, click the tools wench (in the upper right-hand corner) and select “New Incognito Window.” To learn more, read Google Tutor or Google Help.


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