How To Enable Private Browsing On Chrome, Firefox and Edge

Whether you are using a friend’s or your parents’ computer, or you just plainly wish to keep your online tracks secret, private browsing is always a good option – a feature supported by all major web browsers.

In this tutorial, we are going to be showing you how to enable private browsing on Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Microsoft Edge, for both desktop and mobile (Android/iOS).

Google Chrome

Desktop

  1. Open Google Chrome on your PC or Mac
  2. Click on the three dot icon located in the top right-hand corner
  3. Click on ‘New Incognito Window’

Mobile (Android and iOS)

  1. Open the Chrome app on your device
  2. Tap on the three-dot icon located in the top right-hand corner
  3. Tap on ‘New incognito tab’

Mozilla Firefox

Desktop

  1. Open Mozilla Firefox on your PC or Mac
  2. Click on the hamburger icon located in the top right-hand corner
  3. Click on ‘New Private Window’

Mobile  (Android and iOS)

  1. Open the Firefox app on your device
  2. Tap on the three dot icon located in the top right-hand corner
  3. Tap on ‘New private tab’

Microsoft Edge

Desktop

  1. Open Edge on your Windows 10 computer
  2. Click on the three-dot icon located in the top right-hand corner
  3. Click on ‘New InPrivate Window’

Mobile (Android and iOS)

  1. Open Edge on your device
  2. Tap on the three dot icon located in the bottom right-hand corner
  3. Tap on ‘New InPrivate tab’

If you encounter any problems while trying out the above or have a recommendation to make, feel free to shoot a comment down below.

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