You can turn on Incognito browsing mode if you do not want Google Chrome to remember your browsing history for that browsing session. Incognito mode will launch in a separate browser window during which your website and browser search history, cookies, and form information are not recorded by Chrome. In exchange for enhanced privacy, you will have to manually input passwords and pages may load slower than with cookies.
Incognito mode on Chrome will not hide your activity from your Internet Service provider, system administrator, or the websites you visit. Read below to learn how to turn on incognito mode on your Chromebook.
How to go incognito on your Chromebook
- Open your Google Chrome browser.
- Select Settings ⚙ in the upper right corner.
- Click on New incognito Window or press Ctrl+Shift+N.
- Use Chrome normally in the new window.
- To end the session, simply close the window or click on Incognito and select Exit Incognito.