When you use Microsoft Edge to browse a web page or website on a public computer, others are likely to get the browsing log or search log saved in the browser. This is not secure if you log into your Facebook, Twitter or Gmail account at Internet cafes. But if you enable InPrivate browsing mode, it will delete all browsing history, temporary files, form data, cookies and user name and password. It is similar to incognito mode in Firefox.
How to activate the InPrivate browsing mode?
In Windows 10 and when you use Microsoft Edge, there are two ways to open InPrivate browsing mode.
You can click on the shortcuts Ctrl + Shift + P to open the InPrivate browsing mode directly. After doing this, a new window will pop up. And here are 29 important Microsoft Edge shortcuts.
Or you can click More> New InPrivate window to enable InPrivate viewing mode.
After that, you will see the InPrivate interface below.
In the title bar of Microsoft Edge, there is a blue word InPrivate . This means you are using InPrivate tabs.
In the center of this window, you can search for anything, such as Windows 10 Skill, and then view it privately. When you use InPrivate tabs, your browsing data such as cookies, history, and temporary files are not saved on your device after you exit InPrivate mode.
In InPrivate mode, you can also do all things like normal mode. You can write a note, enter reading mode, use Cortana and share the web page, etc.
And if you want to close the InPrivate browsing mode, you can also use the shortcut to directly exit or close the Microsoft Edge browser.
Now if you do private things online in the public zone or use other people’s computer, you can use Microsoft Edge InPrivate mode.