How to start private browsing in Edge, Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer, Opera

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  1. Very well said, Anand. Anonymous Web browsing through IP hiding tool helps prevent third parties from tracking the sites you visit. It also protects your computer from online viruses that attack your computer by connecting to your IP address. For this reason, I use Hide My IP that generates fake IP from my IP database.

  2. The private browsing mode is not private at all. Google Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari and Internet Explorer all have private browsing modes you can use to make sure the websites you visit don’t appear in your browsing history, but a list of the URLs you have visited during private browsing sessions are still stored in a database file, viewable by anyone using your computer who wants to take the time to access it.

    One can just use parental control features to view the sites that may be hidden. For example, Microsoft Family Safety will report web site history regardless of the browser settings. For more tech-savvy people, checking the DNS cache does the trick.
    The private browsing mode is not private at all. If you completely want to remove all the traces, use AntiTrail software and that’s it

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