InPrivate Browsing mode of Internet Explorer 10 (IE10) is a private browsing feature and in this mode, IE10 will not store data of your browsing session. These includes cookies, temporary Internet files, browsing history, and other browsing data. In addition, in this mode, toolbars and extensions are disabled (default). Below is a short tutorial on [...]
If you want to browse privately, or in other words if you want to delete all your browsing activities automatically once you close the browser, you can use Private browsing mode of your browser. In Opera, you can switch to private mode and back to normal mode by using the shortcut key Ctrl + Shift [...]
As you all know, all major web browser have an option to switch to private browsing mode. In this mode, all browsing activities will be deleted once you close the browser. Of course, you can quickly switch between private and normal browsing mode by using shortcut keys (for FF & IE: Ctrl + Shift + [...]
InPrivate browsing and InPrivate Filtering are two great privacy features of Internet Explorer 8 that help you surf the internet without leaving any traces of activities and block third parties from collecting personal information about you. If InPrivate Filtering mode is enabled, it will block content providers from collecting information about sites you visit. As [...]
With Private browsing mode you can surf any website without your browsing activities – browsing history, temporary files, and cookies – being stored in your computer. Almost all modern browsers have this great feature, but with different names. In Google Chrome it is known as Incognito mode that you can enable from the option menu.