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There may be times when most of us would like to visit Web sites and erase all traces from your computer. Perhaps you're ...
shopping for a gift for your spouse and you don't want them to see what sites you visited while looking for a gift. Whatever the reason, there's a way to browse privately in Google Chrome.
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Hi. This is Mike Callahan, Doctor File Finder and welcome to your Butterscotch.com tutorial on how to browse privately in Google Chrome.
Now there are times when all of us might like to browse the internet and look at sites that we don’t want others to know about, that we don’t want to leave a history for, that we don’t have to pick up cookies from, that we don’t have traces left.
Perhaps you’re shopping for Christmas for your spouse and you don’t want them, maybe they’ll look in the history and see what site you want to buy their gifts. So if that is the case or if there are other reasons click the wrench icon and click on New Incognito window. You can also get to it by hitting Ctrl-Shift-N.
So now, we’ve gone incognito. This very plain page got a little detective guy up here; the same little guy over here, websites that collect or share information about you. We have to be careful of those still. The pages you go in the windows won’t appear in the history or the search history and they won’t leave other traces like cookies on your computer after you close the incognito window.
Any files you download or bookmarks you create will be preserved. So you have to keep that in mind. It won’t keep track of your tracks but it will keep track of your bookmarks and so on.
So, you can go to any site you want in incognito mode. And you won’t leave tracks. I’ll go to my website just to give an example. And then if you want to look at history, you can see a lot of history but you don’t see my website. Gone.
So, when I close this incognito window, it’s totally gone. And nothing is left in the history to show that I was any place.
So, this is how you can browse privately in Google Chrome and that’s all there is to it.