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 I told in my previous post, advertisers can collect your habit of surfing to direct ads for pages you visit.
InPrivate Filter Manager is a portable, tiny tool, which enables InPrivate Filtering mode automatically each time you run the Internet Explorer, thus allowing you to not worry about running InPrivate mode manually.

It also provides the ability to easily add filters to InPrivate Filtering – Small and large filter – to auto block items. However, there are no further details on what they actually block.

Using this application is quite simple. Download and run it. Select options and click the Apply button. That’s all.
It is advised to close the browser before applying the setting. A System Restore point can be created, to be able to restore the settings at a later time. (Via)

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  1. @ Robin, I use all these three browsers simultaneously, but couldn’t find any problem with Chrome.

  2. Thanks for the update bro. Do you use internet explorer mostly ??? because maximum bloggers use firefox or google chrome, and google chrome do have some problem with wordpress dashboard viewing and some rejects it.

    – Robin

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