What’s Incognito mode on Chrome
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In web surfing, browsers store information like cookies, certificates, domain names in order to provide a better user experience. To avoid any kind of unauthorized access, google chrome have incognito mode that doesn't save data or cookies while surfing the web.
To use this, open Google Chrome. On the top right hand side of the window click on menu (3 vertival dots) and select “New incognito window” or press Ctr+Shift+N to open a new incognito window.
You will see this window.
Note: to open directly incognito window, you can right click on the google chrome icon and select “new incognito window”.
Other browsers like Firefox and Edge have same mode that we write about them in the future.