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In this Tech Tuesday, we tell you about Private Browsing Windows and how to access them.

  • A private browsing window wont save your history and prevents the websites you visit from tracking your browsing.

  • These windows can be used to troubleshoot problems you might find yourself with on your browser.

  • Private browsing windows are easy to access from whichever browser you use.

    • Microsoft Edge: the three horizontal dots at the top right of the browser will open the menu. From there you can open an InPrivate window.
    • Google Chrome: the three vertical dots at the top right will open the menu. From there you can open an incognito window.
    • Mozilla Firefox: the three horizontal lines at the top right will open the menu. From there you can open a Private Window.
    • Safari: at the top left, click File. From there you can open a Private Window.
 

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