Google Chrome, like most other current browsers, includes a “incognito” option that prevents information about websites you view from being saved to your computer. If you’re worried about your privacy and security, especially when using a public or shared computer, browsing in an incognito window can help.
When utilizing a shared computer, browsing the Internet in incognito mode might help safeguard your privacy. Websites visited in an incognito window aren’t recorded in the browser history, regardless of whether you found them using a search engine or typed their URL straight into the address bar.
Regardless of how frequently you visit a given website in incognito mode, it will never display in Chrome’s list of most visited websites on the new tab screen, nor will its URL automatically complete when you begin typing it into the address bar. Similarly, no history of downloaded files or search queries will be retained, but any files you download will remain on your hard drive in the spot where you put them.
When the window is closed, any cookies created during an incognito browsing session are promptly removed. Because of this, incognito mode is perfect if you’re concerned about the security of your personal or corporate accounts, and it’s especially useful while using shared or public computers.
Even if you fail to sign out of a service after you’ve finished using it, the sign-in cookie will be destroyed when you shut the incognito window, preventing anyone from accessing your account inadvertently or maliciously.
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Although browsing the Internet in incognito mode increases your privacy and security, it does not completely protect you from tracking because it only prevents information about websites you’ve visited from being saved. If you log in to your Google account in an incognito window and then conduct a search, for example, a record of that search will be saved in your account unless you have disabled Google Web history tracking. Similarly, depending on the mechanism used, websites that track information about you while you browse may still be able to do so. If your Internet service provider watches which pages you visit, it can do so whether you utilize incognito mode or not, as can malware and keyloggers.
In Addition , Some Apps doesn’t work when using incognito Tab , Example is Screen Recording App , it will just be blank and black all through.