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How to enable incognito mode

This article will cover how to enable incognito/private mode on the four main browsers - Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Safari. Links to instructions for each different browser are below.

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How to enable Incognito Mode on Google Chrome

Keyboard Shortcut - Control, Shift and N (on a PC) or Command, Shift and N (on a Mac)

Menu method



Step 1 - Click the button in the top right hand corner of your browser (3 horizontal lines)

Step 2 - Select 'New Incognito Window'
 

 

How to enable InPrivate Browsing on Internet Explorer

Keyboard Shortcut - Control, Shift and P (on a PC)

Menu method



Step 1 - From the button in the top right hand corner of your browser ('Tools', the 8 pronged cog symbol), hover over 'Safety'


Step 2 - Select InPrivate Browsing
 

 

How to enable Private Browsing on Mozilla Firefox

Keyboard Shortcut - Control, Shift and P (on a PC) or Command, Shift and P (on a Mac)

Menu Method



Step 1 - Click the button in the top right hand corner of your browser (3 horizontal lines)

Step 2 - Select 'New Private Window'
 

 

How to enable Private Browsing on Safari

Keyboard Shortcut - Command, Shift and N

Menu Method



Step 1 - Click 'File' in the top left hand corner of the browser (next to 'Safari')

Step 2 - Select 'New Private Window'

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