Gone are the days, when you had to remind yourself to clear the browser cache, cookies, and download session history after that private session of so-called "me time." Generally, teenagers are very conscious about their online privacy. They take extra care not to let their parents find out which webpage they opened and what they downloaded when they were online. Sometimes, regular users like me and you also feel the need for a private browsing mode that would keep our online activity anonymous.
The Introduction of Private BrowsingIn Oct 2011, Apple Inc. introduced iOS5 with built-in support for private browsing via mobile Safari browser.
Today, all modern browsers have some kind of built-in private browsing mode. Currently, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Opera are some of the most popular browsers supporting private browsing mode. So, let's take a closer look at how to enable private browsing on different browsers.
There are two easy methods to enable private browsing mode on these browsers. Method #1 in this guide will be based on keyboard shortcuts. Method #2 will guide you through enabling the private browsing via the browser menu.
You have to follow a very similar procedure for enabling private browsing in all the latest browsers. So, if you know how to enable private browsing in any one browser, then you can easily enable private browsing mode in any browser.