Starting from Internet Explorer 8, the Microsoft browser is giving you the opportunity to surf anonymously, without leaving any fingerprint on the computer. This is particularly useful if what you are using is not your computer and you are afraid to leave your cookies around which could be retrieved and used by someone to restore your previous email account session. Let’s see the different ways you can turn on, open and activate the InPrivate Browsing mode in Internet Explorer 8 and become invisible to other users!
1) The first way to turn on the inPrivate browsing mode in Internet Explorer is through its standard options. Just press Ctrl+Shift+P, or just click Safety in the menu and right after that, click InPrivate Browsing option.
2) If you think that the procedure described above is a little too complex or long (!), you can create a shortcut to simplify everything. Create an Internet Explorer shortcut. Now, under Type the Location of the Item append this code: -private The final result should look like this: “C:/Program Files/Internet Explorer/iexplorer.exe” -private
3)If you use Windows 7 your life is even easier. All you will have to do is right-click on the icon in the taskbar and choose the InPrivate option.
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