Most browsers include an Incognito mode that allows users to surf anonymously without saving the search or browsing history locally. Google Chrome also has an incognito mode for Chromebook. Here, we will discuss how to go Incognito on Chromebook.
Incognito mode can help keep your browsing data private by not saving your history and wiping cookies automatically. It clears your browser cache and cookies once you close the browser.
How to Go Incognito on Chromebook
The Incognito mode only hides the activity from your device and Google account. It doesn’t hide it from Google and the Internet service provider. They can still track your activity in Incognito mode. If you want, you can delete Google Web & App Activity. Here are the steps to enable Incognito Mode on Chromebook:
Step 1: Open the Google Chrome browser on your Chromebook. If you are using the older version of the Google Chrome browser, update it. For new features and security updates, always keep your browser up-to-date.
Step 2: Now, click on the three-dot icon. You will find it in the top right corner of the screen.
Step 3: Here, you will find a context menu. Click the “New Incognito Tab” option to activate incognito mode in Google Chrome. Or use Ctrl + Shift + N keyboard shortcut.
Step 4: After that, you will see a message that says “You’ve Gone Incognito” in the middle of the screen. Now, your browser data will not save locally on your device.
Step 5: To exit the incognito mode, click on the incognito icon in the top right corner and click on the “Close Incognito” option.
That’s it; this is how you can go Incognito on Chromebook. You can also check out our Chromebook troubleshooting guide if you are new to Chromebook and Chrome OS.
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