Private Internet Browsing: Keeping Your Search History Confidential
- August 7, 2013
Private browsing is the easiest and most effective way to keep your browsing history confidential. See our tutorials on how to browse privately on the most popular browsers.
There are a number of reasons to keep your browsing history safe and confidential, namely keeping others who use the same computer as you from seeing what websites you have visited. Whatever your reasons may be for keeping your browsing history a mystery, here are some ways in which you can manage your web history on Internet Explorer (8 and newer), Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Opera. NOTE: Any websites that are bookmarked or added to favorites along with any downloads made during an incognito browsing session WILL be saved to your computer. All other records of your browsing activity will be erased upon closing all browser windows.
Choose from the list of web browsers below for a detailed tutorial.
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