Sometimes you want to browse the Internet without any record being kept of what you’ve been doing. This could be because you’re setting up a new bank account, or because you’re shopping for a super-secret birthday or anniversary present. Microsoft Edge makes it really easy to browse privately with InPrivate mode.
To open an InPrivate browser window, click the Menu icon (⋯) in the top right corner of the browser window and a menu will appear.
From this menu, click the New InPrivate window option, which is also available at any time when you’re using Edge through the key combination Ctrl + Shift + N.
You’ll see a noticeable difference with the InPrivate window, and you’ll be informed that “When you browse InPrivate, Microsoft Edge will delete browsing info once you’ve closed all InPrivate tabs.” InPrivate browsing is a great way to make your browsing safe and hidden from prying eyes. You can download Microsoft’s Edge browser from HERE.