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Chrome OS Private Navigation Mode (browse in private)

Children whose activity report or web filtering functionality is activated in their family group cannot navigate inprivate. Organizations, such as schools or workplaces, can use the group strategy to prevent users from navigate inprivate.

Navigation inprivate in Microsoft Edge

Lanouveau Microsoft Edge will delete your browsing history, cookies and site data, as well as passwords, addresses and form data when you close all inprivate windows.

You can open an inprivate window in different ways:

  • Select and hold the right mouse button Microsoft Edge the taskbar, then select New Inprivate window.
  • In Microsoft Edge, select and hold (right -click) on a link, then select Open the link In the INPRIVATE window.
  • In Microsoft Edge, Select Settings and more >New Inprivate window.

Other users of this device will not see your navigation activity, but your school, your workplace and your internet service provider may always access this data.

What does Microsoft Edge do with your data in InPrivate mode ?

Navigation Inprivate:

  • Erase navigation history, download history, cookies and other site data, cache images and files, passwords, re -filling form data, site authorizations and data of application hosted when you close all the INPRIVATE windows.
  • Save your favorites and downloaded files, so you can access it the next time you use Microsoft Edge.
  • Allows you to access the favorites, passwords and filling data from the form from the profile used to open the INPRIVATE window.
  • Authorizes the extensions that you authorized to run during the inprivate navigation.
  • Automatically uses inprivate search with Microsoft Bing:
    • For research in the search bar inprivate page.
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    • In the address bar, if Microsoft Bing is the default search engine.
    • Microsoft services Your general region can offer you relevant experiences, such as weather and news. Your location can be approximate using technologies such as bluetooth, wifi, cellular modem and IP address, or via the Windows location service if you have activated location settings on your Windows device. When you close all the INPRIVATE windows, your general location data is erased in the browser.
    • If you activate this parameter, Microsoft Edge cannot prevent extensions from saving your navigation history during inprivate navigation.
    • When you use the IME Windows keyboard for handwritten entry, data can be collected to improve recognition and language suggestion features. To prevent Microsoft from collecting data when entering data when using the IME Windows keyboard in inprivate and in normal navigation windows, see Windows Settings> Confidentiality & The> Seizure of data & entry of data.
    • Web pages such as Edge: // Settings, Edge: // Favorites and Edge: // History cannot be displayed in an Inprivate window. If you open these pages when navigation inprivate, these open in a normal navigation window.

    Inprivate navigation does not perform the following operations:

    • Prevent websites from requesting your precise position. Inprivate navigation uses the location sets for the profile location from which the inprivate session was launched. To manage location authorizations, parameters and more>Settings>Cookies and site authorizations >location.
    • Associate your navigation history with a Microsoft account or use this data to improve the product.
    • Save new passwords, addresses or information filled in online forms.
    • Allow you to reopen the closed tabs and windows recently from parameters, as well as others>L >recently closed history.

    Am I more safe during navigation inprivate ?

    INPRIVATE Navigation does not protect you against malicious websites and does not offer additional advertising blocking. Website can always personalize the content for you during your INPRIVATE navigation session, because cookies and other site authorizations are not deleted as long as you have not closed all the INPRIVATE windows.

    To prevent websites from personalizing content and announcements for you, switch your level of protection against strict monitoring in Microsoft Edge or go to Settings and even more > Settings > Cookies and sites of sites > Manage and delete Cookies and site data and activate the blocking of Cookies third party. This can lead to unexpected behavior from certain sites.

    When the inprivate navigation is not available ?

    Children whose activity report or web filtering functionality is activated in their family group cannot navigate inprivate. Organizations, such as schools or workplaces, can use the group strategy to prevent users from navigate inprivate.

    [Chrome OS] Private navigation mode (browse in private)

    When you want to browse the web without saving certain information, you can use the private navigation mode in Google Chrome. Here is how private navigation mode works:

    • The web pages you open and the files that you download in incognito mode are not saved in your navigation and download history.
    • All new cookies are deleted once you have closed all the private navigation windows you have opened.
    • The changes you make to your Google Chrome favorites and your general settings in private navigation mode are always saved.

    Tip: If you use a chromebook, you can use the navigation function as a guest as an alternative to private navigation mode.

    You can open private navigation mode and normal windows simultaneously and switch between the two.

    Open a private navigation window

    1. On your computer, open Chrome.
    2. Top right, click more, then on New private navigation window.
    3. A new window appears. In the upper corner, search for the incognito/private navigation icon .

    You can also use a keyboard shortcut to open a private navigation window:

    • Windows, Linux or Chrome OS: Press CTRL + MAJ + N.
    • Mac: Press ⌘ + maj + n.

    Leave the private navigation window

    Private navigation mode runs in a separate window from your normal chrome windows.

    If you have an open incognito window and you open another, your private navigation session will continue in the new window. To leave private navigation mode, close all private navigation windows.

    If you see a number next to the private navigation icon at the top right, several private navigation windows are open. To close a private navigation window:

    1. On your computer, access your private navigation window.
    2. Close the window:

    Windows or Chrome OS: top right, click close .
    Mac: Upper left, click Close .

    Important details

    Information stored by other sites

    Navigation in private navigation only prevents Google Chrome from storing information on the websites you have visited. The websites you visit can always have recordings of your visit. In addition, all files saved on your computer or mobile devices will always be kept.

    For example, if you connect to your Google account in private navigation mode, your Google searches will be saved in your Google web history. In this case, to prevent your searches from being stored in your Google account, you can deactivate your Google web history.

    Differences on iOS

    On Chrome for iOS, due to the limitation of the platform, normal tabs and incognito* share local HTML5 storage, which is generally used by sites to store files on your device (Cammer side) or To provide offline features. This means that the same sites can always access their data in this storage in normal tabs and incognito*. Private navigation tabs* will always keep navigation history and separate cookies from normal tabs, which are erased once these tabs are closed.

    The above information comes from the source provided below, and the source below will prevail in the event of a divergence. Please contact the source below directly if you have any other questions. Please note that ASUS is not responsible for the content or service of the source below.
    Source: Help Chromebook – Browse in private