How to Start Private Browsing Session in Google Chrome?

Google Chrome adds in a feature called Incognito which allows users to browse websites without saving history on the computer, this feature is similar to the one available in Internet Explorer 8 Beta 2.

Opening a private or incognito session in Google Chrome is quite easy, you can either use the shortcut key Ctrl + Shift + N or choose the Open New incognito window from the menu.

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The new window that opens up will not store any data to the search and browsing history.

17 thoughts on “How to Start Private Browsing Session in Google Chrome?”

    1. Will this protect me from downloading movies from bittorrent,which generally say you can be sued or law suited by downloading torrent???please reply…

          1. Peerblock, helps a bit I think check it our its freeware and it block content from pinging your computer

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