Browse the Web Privately and Securely

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.

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