Tuesday, December 16, 2014

#25 Chrome - Incognito Mode

Hi ya!


Ever want to browse in Chrome and have Chrome not save what sites you’ve visited or things you’ve installed?
To do that, you can browse in Incognito mode.


First, I’d like to say that this blog post is about Incognito mode on a PC. Not mobile. If you want to learn how to use Incognito on a mobile device, see this help article.


Let’s get started!


How to open Incognito!


Open up Chrome. At the top-right corner of the window, you’ll see a three horizontal line bar that looks like this: Click that, and then click New Incognito Window.


Alternatively, when you start up Chrome, you could type the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + Shift + N to open Incognito.

When Incognito opens, you'll see a message in the center of your screen that looks like this:






And that’s basically it!


To Summarize:
  • To open Incognito mode, open Chrome; at the top-right corner of the window, you’ll a three horizontal line bar that looks like this:
Click that, and then click New Incognito Window.
  • Or, open Chrome and type the keyboard shortcut: Ctrl + Shift + N.


References:


For more information, check Google’s help center!
Talk to Chrome users just like you!


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