How to Browse the Web Privately on Google Chrome

Millions of online users are using Google Chrome to navigate the Internet. Google Chrome provides a light-weight browser that is convenient. Sometimes people are logged into so many social media accounts that we almost don’t think twice before clicking on various share buttons out there. In some cases people might want to do some highly secure transactions like check bank accounts, credit cards, etc. and it is always better to do it behind a secure browser feature. Note, the Browse Incognito(private) feature doesn’t guarantee anything but it ensures that websites you visit don’t track your browsing behavior by not installing cookies while you browse the web.


Google Chrome – Browse the web privately

1) Click on the wrench button Google Chrome - Browse Internet privately (Incognito) in the top-right of Chrome browser.

3) The  drop down menu has a list of options. Select the New incognito window option that will launch a new window.

 Google Chrome -Choose Incognito

4) Notice the label on the top-left – the hooded figure with a hat. That confirms that you are browsing privately (Incognito)

Google Chrome - Confirm Incognito Settings


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