Today here you can know How to Turn On Private Browsing on Google Chrome and FireFox, Safari, Internet Explorer etc. Many people browse search engines for many purposes. But we also want some private browsing for some purpose. The available search engines provide us private tab where it can prevent from saving your history, searches, cookies and other personal data. You can also start your search engine by opening a private window every time your time.
We use private browsing for some reasons as if we login to social media platforms like Facebook, twitter and also email or a Gmail in other system and forget to log out. Then that will be an issue if other unknown person uses your account. For this private window or an incognito tab helps you to log out automatically if you close the tab or window.
How to Turn On Private Browsing On Google Chrome, Mozilla FireFox, Safari & Internet Explorer
Here in this article, I will explain you some option which allows you for private browsing in different Search Engines.
How to Turn On Private Browsing on Google Chrome
Google Chrome is most used search engine all over the world. You can use private tab and normal tab in this search engine. To open private tab by default you have to add a command line option to its shortcut.
After launching the bowser click on the menu icon at the top right corner -> Then select the ” New Incognito Window”
Alternatively, you can also use the default option to open InPrivate Browsing. First, go to Google Chrome Icon and right click on and click on properties. Now type Space, hyphen and incognito as -incognito at the end of the text in the required box. Click on Apply and Ok to save your changes.
You can also change the settings by removing -Incognito that you have added.
How to Turn On Private Browsing on Firefox
Once you open the Mozilla FireFox browser, you can find the menu in the upper right corner -> tap on it and select ” New Private Windows”
Alternatively, you can also use the default option to open InPrivate Browsing. Mozilla Firefox allows you to enable private browsing automatically from its available options in the window. Click on the menu then options and in options click on ‘Privacy’ which is on the left side of the window. Click on ‘Firefox Will’ box and select ‘Never remember history.’These changes on Firefox start when you restart your system.
To Undo this changes go to options and change the settings.
How to Turn On Private Browsing on Apple Safari
To enable Private Browsing to follow this path -> File -> New Private Window
Alternatively, you can also use the default option to open InPrivate Browsing. The Safari browser is used on Mac OS which is also an inbuilt app for iPhone. Open settings in the safari and click preferences and now you can see text “Safari opens with” box and new “A new Private window”. These changes will be applied as you open safari for the next time.
You can undo these settings even later if you want your safari browser a new normal tab or a window.
How to Turn On Private Browsing on Internet Explorer
When you open the Internet Explorer at the top right corner you can find the setting gear icon,->Safety -> InPrivate Browsing.
Alternatively, you can also use the default option to open InPrivate Browsing. Internet Explorer is an inbuilt application available on all the Windows Operating System. You have an option for Private Browsing in the Internet Explorer by default. You can go to properties then add -private to the end of target box. Now you can use InPrivate browsing in the Internet Explorer.
How to Turn On Private Browsing on Microsoft Edge
By pressing Ctrl+Shift+P on your keyboard you can enable Private Browsing on Microsoft Edge.
Alternatively, you can also use the default option to open InPrivate Browsing. Microsoft Edge doesn’t provide the default option to open InPrivate Browsing. But you can use the InPrivate tab on Microsoft edge. Enjoy browsing InPrivate on Microsoft Edge.
You can also change the settings by the same process.
These are the available inbuilt search engines on the PC/Laptop. Hope you use these features Turn On Private Browsing on Google Chrome and FireFox, Safari, Internet Explorer etc. in your search engine and start private browsing.