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Q&A: How safe is private browsing?

4:07 PM, Feb. 14, 2013
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You've got tech questions, here are the answers. Kim Komando helps you make the most of your technology by answering your thorniest tech questions. So if you're wondering what to buy, how to plug it in, or how to fix it, Kim can help.How private is private browsing?

Q. I saw that my browser has a private browsing function. Does this actually keep people from seeing what I'm doing?

A. That depends on who you're trying to hide it from. Private or Incognito browsing can be turned on in most browsers by hitting CTRL+SHIFT+P (CTRL+OPTION+P on Macs). The major exception is Chrome, where it's ...

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