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Browsing the Web Using the InPrivate Mode Windows 8

INPrivate mode is a way of browsing the web without leaving traces in the browser. When you open an InPrivate tab, all the websites you visit in that tab, the passwords you enter, the cookies that are created, and the temporary files that are downloaded are deleted as soon as you close the tab or you close Internet Explorer. An InPrivate tab is marked by the blue InPrivate icon. This icon does not appear on a normal tab.

Browsing the Web Using the InPrivate Mode Windows 8

Browsing the Web Using the InPrivate Mode Windows 8

This way of browsing is useful when you don't want to be tracked or when you're using someone else's computer and you don't want to leave traces of what you visited. This browsing mode is highly recommended when using public computers to browse the web.

In this exercise, you'll learn how to visit a website by using the InPrivate mode.

SET UP From the Start screen, start Internet Explorer.

1 Right-click somewhere in the middle of the Internet Explorer window or swipe down from the top of the window toward the middle, to view the menu with options for opening new tabs.

Browsing the Web Using the InPrivate Mode Windows 8

2 Click or tap the Button with three dots On the top-right side of the window.

3 Click or tap the New InPrivate Tab so that a new tab is opened in the InPrivate mode.

Browsing the Web Using the InPrivate Mode Windows 8

Browsing the Web Using the InPrivate Mode Windows 8

4 Type the address of the website you want to visit and click or tap the Go Button. CLEAN UP Close Internet Explorer when you have finished browsing the web.

The website is now loaded in InPrivate mode. As soon as you close this tab, any traces of your visit to this website are deleted.




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