Saturday, March 25, 2017

If using a public computer - use Incognito Mode in Google

If you are on a public computer and would like to browse the internet in private without Chrome saving the sites you visit, use Chrome's Incognito mode.

In order to use Incognito Mode follow these steps - or use CTRL SHIFT N

In the upper right click on the 3 vertical dots and then select New Incognito Mode

FYI - While Incognito Mode prevents Chrome from Chrome from saving your site visit activity, it does not stop other sources from seeing your activity. Your internet service provider, employer, as well as the sites you visit will be able to still see.

For a full description on Google's site of what Incognito Mode is click here.

If you have any questions, please let me know.


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  2. Using Incognito mode still doesnt prevent websites or ISPs from following you online. The trick is to run your browser in the cloud, NOT the device. The TraceFree browser gives private browsing. Public PCs, and WiFi hotspots are the ideal place to use it because your activity is encrypted and off the device. Beta launch coming. Wanna try?