What is InPrivate Browsing – Private Browsing
Sometimes while browsing on a public or shared computer, you do not want to leave any information about what you were browsing. Be it online banking, email or online shopping, you do not want to leave any mark of your browsing history on shared computer so that others would not be able to see. Now this is where InPrivate Browsing comes handy. If you are using this InPrivate Browsing feature, browsing history, temporary internet files, user names/passwords or cookies are not saved anywhere in the browser or your PC.
How to start InPrivate Browsing
Open the Internet Explorer. Press Ctrl+Shift+P keys together and InPrivate Browsing starts or click on New Tab in Internet Explorer and at the bottom, you would see a link ‘InPrivate Browsing’. Just click on that link and you enter the InPrivate Browsing Mode. When you are in InPrivate Browsing Mode, Internet Explorer shows “InPrivate” on left side of address bar.