Introduction to Private Browsing mode
Browser is an essential tool to surf the Internet, when we surf the internet every day, the browser will faithfully record every step of the user's footprint, so some people began to worry about whether personal privacy will be leaked, especially when the need to use others or public computers. Of course, on privacy issues, browser developers do not ignore, so our daily use of browsers provide a clear view of the record of the function. But it may be better to let the browser not record the information on the Internet, so the "private browsing" mode is logically appearing in the browser product.
At present, such as IE8/9/10, Chrome, Firefox, opera and other major independent core browsers have a similar "private browsing" features, although their naming slightly different, but the function is actually the same, the following first to do a simple introduction:
In IE, this feature is called "InPrivate browsing", which helps prevent IE from storing data for browsing sessions of users, including cookies, temporary Internet files, history, and other data, and by default, ie toolbars and extensions are also disabled.
The starting mode is: Click the "Tool"-"safe"-"InPrivate" in the upper right corner of IE panel, or create a new tab, click "InPrivate Browse" below the common website, and "Ctrl+shift+p" via the shortcut key.
InPrivate Browsing mode of IE
In Chrome, it is called stealth mode, and pages browsed in stealth mode do not appear in browser history or search records, and no other traces (such as cookies) are left on the computer after all open stealth windows are closed. However, the bookmarks that are created are preserved. Similarly, all extenders are deactivated in stealth windows, but can be set to open to use extensions in stealth windows.
Startup method: Click "Customize and Control" in the upper right corner of the main interface-"new stealth window", or "Ctrl+shift+n" new by shortcut key.
The stealth mode of chrome
In Firefox, it is called "privacy browsing", and Firefox does not save any browsing history, search history, download history, form history, cookies, or Internet temporary files during the privacy browsing process. However, the downloaded files and the established bookmarks are saved.
Start method: Click on the main screen in the upper left-hand corner of the Firefox text flag, and then click "Access to the privacy mode", or use the shortcut key "Ctrl+shift+p" directly into.
Firefox's privacy browsing mode
In opera, it is called "stealth browsing", in stealth browsing all traces are private, when the page is closed, opera will delete all the relevant traces of the visit.
Start method: And the previous three products slightly different, opera support to open the stealth tag directly in the current window, without the need to open a new program window, at the same time, you can choose to open a new stealth window, click on the upper left corner of the opera, then "tags and windows", you can choose "New stealth Tag" or "new stealth window The new stealth window can be completed with the shortcut key "Ctrl+shift+n", the Stealth label has no shortcut keys.
Opera's stealth browsing mode
How to open Private mode directly at startup
Private browsing is a good feature, but each time you have to enable the individual to be effective, can you let these browsers directly in private mode to start it?
Of course it is! We just need to follow the instructions below.
ie: Right key ie shortcut (no words can be a new one on the desktop), properties--shortcuts, at the end of the "target" column Plus "-private", note that there is a space before. Confirm exit after completion.
Modify IE Shortcut parameters
After the modification, as long as the use of this shortcut to start IE, you will go directly into the InPrivate Browsing mode, no need to manually enable.
Chrome: Also find the startup shortcut, right button, properties--shortcut, add "--incognito" at the end of the "target" bar, note the space and before the parameter is two dashes, and then OK and exit.
Add startup parameters to Chrome
Firefox: It can be done directly in the browser settings, click on the top left-hand corner of Firefox, then click "Options" and switch to "privacy" in the history of this column, expand the "Firefox will" after the Drop-down menu and select "Use Custom history settings" to ensure that the Always use the privacy browse mode.
Modify Firefox's privacy settings
Opera, too, modifies shortcuts by adding "-newprivatetab" to the attribute--shortcuts--to the end of the target column, noting that there are spaces, and then deciding to exit.
Change Opera startup parameters
When you start opera with this parameter, you open two tabs, one is a regular label and the other is a stealth label.
After the above simple setup, we can directly let the browser to start in the privacy mode, the Internet will not leave footprints on this machine.