Browsing Privately in Windows 7

If you’re using a computer at a friend’s house, another office, hotel, or an Internet cafe and you don’t want to leave any trace or evidence of your web activity, you can use InPrivate browsing (New!). InPrivate browsing doesn’t retain or keep track of browsing history, searches, temporary Internet files, form data, cookie, and usernames and passwords. You can start InPrivate browsing from a new tab or using the Safety button on the Command bar. When you start InPrivate browsing, Internet Explorer opens a new browser window. An InPrivate indicator icon appears in the Address bar when the feature is turned on. When you’re done, simply close the browser window to end the InPrivate browsing session.


Browse the Web Privately
1. Start an InPrivate browsing session using any of the following:
• Safety button. Click the Safety button on the Command bar, and then click InPrivate Browsing.
• New tab. Click the New Tab button to open a new tab, and then click Open an InPrivate Browsing window.
• Shortcut. Press Ctrl+Shift+P.

2. Browse the web. The InPrivate indicator appears in the Address bar.

3. To end InPrivate browsing, click the Close button to close the browser window.


Source of Information : Microsoft Windows 7 on Demand (2009)

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