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Enable Private Browsing Mode in Google Chrome

It has been only a day since Google launched its Google Chrome Web Browser and the blogosphere seems to be filling up already with new Google Chrome tips and tricks.

My favorite feature so far is the Incognito window which enables the user to surf and browse in a private mode. The feature is much similar to that in Internet Explorer 8 called InPrivate browsing.

To enable private browsing mode in Google Chrome, just click on the file menu and select New Incognito Window or simply use the shortcut Ctrl+Shift+N.

Once the new Incognito window opens, all your surfing activities (history, cache, other data etc) is kept hidden in a bubble and is cleared as soon as you leave the window.

To open a link directly in a private mode, right click it and select Open link in Incognito window. Enjoy private surfing!



{ 2 comments… add one }
  • desparado September 3, 2008, 11:22 pm

    Thanks…you guys rock!

    google chrome will be the best browser

  • kennethcanapi March 21, 2009, 9:04 pm

    oh man, this is bonna be a great advanatage when i browse the world!

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