How to Always Start Chrome, Safari, IE, Firefox in Private Browsing Mode


One of the best ways to protect your privacy while surfing the web is to use incognito mode on your browser. When a user surfs in incognito mode, all history, browsing, browsing, cookies and personal data will not be saved. This is necessary when we use the same computer.

If you regularly use incognito mode when browsing the web, you can set your browser to always open in incognito mode without pressing the startup key combination. However, when using this mode, the account login on the website will not be saved, and we have to log in the next time.

1. Always browse the web in Google Chrome incognito mode:

To set up always browsing in incognito mode on Google Chrome, users will add an additional command to the shortcut that is used to open the browser.

Step 1:

At the screen interface, right-click on the Chrome browser shortcut and select Properties.

In case you choose a shortcut from the taskbar, right-click the Google Chrome icon on the taskbar, then right-click Google Chrome in the menu and select Properties.

If you choose from the Start Menu on Windows 10, right-click on the Google Chrome icon> More> Open file location and then right-click on Google Chrome in the Programs window and select Properties.

Step 2:

Display the Properties dialog, where we will add “-incognito” to the end of the Target box as shown below. Then click OK and grant administrative rights if applicable to complete the change.

As such, when you open the Chrome browser, incognito mode is started. In case you want to access the browser in normal mode just delete the “-incognito” in the Target added before that is.

2. Default browsing anonymously Firefox:

Firefox has an option for users to set up web access in incognito mode, without having to make changes to Google Chrome.

Step 1:

First boot the Firefox browser. In the main interface, click the icon 3 dashes and then click Options (Options).

Step 2:

Switch to the new interface, here click on the Privacy tab . Look at the right side select the next item Firefox will (Firefox will). Here users will switch the default setting to Never remember history (Never remember history).

Soon the browser will ask the user to restart for the change to take effect.

As such, Firefox will use the same settings as when using private browsing mode, while the interface is exactly the same as the regular web browsing interface.

To turn off this option, do the same for the steps above but select Remember history.

3. Browse anonymously on Apple Safari:

The Safari browser also has a built-in option to always start in incognito mode on Firefox.

Step 1:

First, click on Safari and select Preferences.

Step 2:

Switch to the new interface, click on the General tab. In the Safari opens with section,switch to A new private window in the drop down menu.

To disable this feature, we switch back to the default A new window setting.

4. Open incognito mode in Internet Explorer:

With Internet Explorer, we also need to activate the command in browser settings.

Step 1:

We first click on the Internet Explorer icon on the desktop and select Properties.

Step 2:

Appears the Properties dialog, where Target will add “-private” at the end of the line. Finally click OK to save the setting.

To return to the normal browsing mode simply delete the “-private” section previously added in the Target section

Here’s how to always set up incognito mode on Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Internet Explorer. With the Microsoft Edge browser, you can use the automatic removal of browsing history when exiting the browser that the Network Administrator has instructed you to read.