5:16 PMHow to Browse Internet Privately on your PC?
NOTE:Private Browsing does not make you anonymous on the Internet. Your ISP or the sites you visit can still track the pages you visit but their is no record on your browser and PC.
What does Private Browsing not save?
What does Private Browsing save?
1) If you create new Bookmarks while using Private Browsing, they will not be removed when you stop Private Browsing.
2) If you save files to your computer while using Private Browsing, those files will not be deleted when you stop Private Browsing. However, any files you open in an external application will be cleared from the system's temporary folder, and none of the files you download will appear in the Downloads window list.
How do I turn on Private Browsing?To start a Private Browsing session:
When browsing in Private Browsing mode, the during your session. menu will be purple (for Windows XP the window title will say (Private Browsing) instead)
How do I turn off Private Browsing?To end a Private Browsing session:
Internet Explorer’s "private browsing” mode is an excellent way to hide what you’re looking at from prying eyes, but it’s normally hidden under a menu but we can make it easier to access.
The Normal Way
To open an InPrivate Browsing window, you can either use the Ctrl+Shift+P shortcut key, or just use the Safety InPrivate Browsing item on the menu.
And you’ll immediately see a private browsing window, which will leave no traces of your browsing history. Useful!
The other thing that private browsing is useful for is checking your email on somebody else’s computer–no danger of cookies lying around letting them back into your email account once you’ve gone.
Windows 7 Makes it Really Simple
If you are using Windows 7, all you have to do is right-click on the icon in the taskbar and choose the InPrivate option. You can also click and hold the left mouse button on the icon, and slide your mouse up… the menu will pop up and you can choose it there.
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