As a User, how do I open the Internet Explorer browser in Incognito “Private” Mode?
- Open the Tools menu by clicking the gear icon on the top-right
- Hover over Safety to open the corresponding submenu
- Click InPrivate Browsing (CTRL+SHIFT+P)
- Internet Explorer opens a new browser window, where the following notification is displayed: "InPrivate is turned on. InPrivate Browsing helps prevent Internet Explorer from storing data about your browsing session."
- The browser will not store cookies, temporary Internet files, the browsing history, and other data. By default, it also disables extra toolbars and extensions you normally have installed in Internet Explorer.
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