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Enable Private Browsing Mode in Google Chrome

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!

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  • 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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