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Launching Google Chrome Incognito Window By Default

We have shared tips on how to launch Internet Explorer 8 and Firefox in private browsing mode by default, today I will be sharing a simple trick to start Google Chrome in private browsing Incognito mode by default.

Latest beta builds of Google Chrome now supports a new incognito mode command-line switch, to create a shortcut based on this simply follow the steps as follows:

  1. Update Google Chrome browser to latest BETA build, see instructions here.
  2. Right-click the Google Chrome shortcut and copy the full-string from Target textbox.
  3. Right-click on Desktop, Click New -> Shortcut
  4. Paste the copied link from first-step, appending --incognito as shown below and click Next.
  5. Google Chrome Incognito

Launching Internet Explorer 8 InPrivate Browsing Mode By Default

PrivateInternet Explorer 8 Beta 2 introduced the InPrivate invisible browsing mode also called as "Porn Browsing Mode", allowing users to surf internet without leaving any browsing traces, all the cache files, Browsing History and Cookie information is automatically deleted after end of private browsing session.

Internet Explorer 8 Private Surfing Mode

For faster and easy access to IE8 private browsing mode we will be creating a shortcut to launch the browser InPrivate mode by default, simply follow the instructions below:

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