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Using Incognito Windows in Google Chrome

Use this tip to hide your website history in Chrome.

Google Chrome’s Incognito function is super handy – and not just for hiding your website history. Incognito destroys any cookies you create the instant you close your browser window, limiting the tracking other websites can do.

This function is easy to access. Click the wrench icon in the top right and select New Incognito Window. Or simultaneously hold [Control] [Shift] [N] in Windows. It's [Command] [Shift] [N] on a Mac.

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