Browsed websites together with download histories are typically saved and recorded in most browsers. Browsing back a certain webpage is effortless as you only have to type at least two characters on the address bar and then you’re ready to look through it again. However, there are times when you want to browse in private especially when you use a different computer which is not yours. If you are wondering if private browsing is possible? Yes it is via the incognito browsing mode offered by Google Chrome.
By using this stealth mode feature you can check your emails and freely login to your other password protected accounts without worries. Through incognito surfing, opened webpages as well as files downloaded are not recorded in your browsing histories as all new cookies are deleted after closing the opened incognito window.