Keeping your browsing private using InPrivate Browsing and filtering


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Keeping your browsing private using InPrivate Browsing and filtering

If you browse the Internet on a shared computer like a home computer with family members or one at the kiosk or Internet cafe, you might want to keep your browsing history private. InPrivate Browsing in Internet Explorer 8 allows you to browse in private by preventing the storage of certain data on the PC you are using like Cookies, Browsing History, Temporary Files, any passwords that you type, addresses you enter, form data and queries. So to start InPrivate Browsing, we go to the Safety button.

First so, let's click Safety and choose Delete Browsing History, notice the shortcut, Ctrl+Shift+Delete will do that. And we'll make sure History, Cookies, Temporary Files are all selected. When we click Delete, we are starting with a fresh history. Now we'll turn-on InPrivate Browsing which actually does two things. We'll click Safety again. Move down to InPrivate Browsing, Ctrl+Shift+P as in InPrivate. It's the keyboard shortcut. This actually opens up a brand new window an...

Keeping your browsing private using InPrivate Browsing and filtering
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Keeping your browsing private using InPrivate Browsing and filtering provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the Windows 7 Essential Training

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Business Education + Elearning
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