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How to Use Private Browsing Mode on Google Chrome and Firefox

This article will show you how to enable private browsing mode on Google Chrome and Firefox. Once enabled, your browsing data, like cookies, history, or temporary files isn't stored on your PC 

Part 1: How to Use Private Mode in Google Chrome

You can open an incognito window on your computer to prevent Chrome from saving your browsing history.

Step 1: Launch Google Chrome.

Step 2: Click More in the upper right corner, then select New incognito window.

Open new incognito window

Tip: You can use shortcut key: Ctrl + Shift + N.  

In the top-left corner, you'll see a grey incognito icon.

Part 2: How to Use Private Mode in Firefox

Once opened private mode, you can use Firefox without saving history.

Step 1: Open Mozilla Firefox.

Step 2: Select menu button, and then select New Private Window.

About Firefox

Tip: You can see Private windows have a purple mask at the top.

Private window