Google added several new features to its Chrome web browser lately. We reviewed the new autofill and taskbar thumbnail features already that Google added to the latest developer release version of the web browser. The latest version of Chromium, the Open Source core of Google Chrome, ships with another interesting feature that will be available soon in the regular web browser as well: running extensions in the browser's incognito mode. Incognito Mode is the private browsing mode in Google Chrome. This mode prevents that data from that browsing session will be recorded by the browser locally. Incognito Mode prevents that traces of the session remain on the session once the private browsing session is terminated.
How do I set my browser to Incognito or private mode?
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Browsing incognito is an inseparable part of every good modern-day browser. It allows you to bypass website trackers, cookies, and automatically clear your history after you turn the browser off. Also see our article Piggy Chrome Extension Review. However, there are instances where it would be better to disable private browsing. For example, if you want to track the browsing activity of your children.
T oday most of the users are using Google Chrome browser for browsing websites. And this browser comes with lots of inbuilt features that are so much helpful for the users and Incognito mode is one of them. Most of you must be aware of this mode, let me explain to those who are new to this word. Incognito mode is the feature by which you can browse privately over your device as in this mode your history, cache and passwords etc are not stored in your device and once you close this mode everything gets deleted. Yes, its possible you can set some settings like this so that everytime you click on Google chrome Incognito tab will appear and you will have all the sessions as private.