How to Use Private Browsing

Private Browsing is a feature that is found in many browsers today. It is a suggested tool for people in abusive relationships to use while gathering resources so their abusers will not know what they are planning. Unlike a normal browsing window, one that opens automatically when you click on the icon, a private browsing window does not keep track of the sites and pages you visit. Down below we have listed the 4 more common browsers used today.

Google Chrome:

To access Private Browsing or Incognito Browsing on Google Chrome just click on The Menu Button in the upper right corner (3 lines and in the red box) and select New Incognito Window.

Chrome PB

Mozilla Firefox:

To access Private Browsing or Private Window just click on The Menu Button in the upper right corner (3 lines and in the red box) and select New Private Window.

Mozilla PB

Internet Explorer:

To access Private Browsing or InPrivateBrowsing on Internet Explorer just click on The Menu Button in the upper right corner (3 lines and in the red box), select safety and then select InPrivate Browsing.

Internet Explorer PB

Microsoft Edge: