How to Start Private Browsing Session in Google Chrome?
By on September 2nd, 2008

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.

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