You may think that switching over to incognito mode on your browser gives you max privacy, but the truth is that this feature doesn't work that way.
How to use Private Browsing with Safari on iPhone and iPad
Private Browsing is a useful feature built-in to Safari in iOS that limits what information is saved and shared as you browse the web. Let’s take a look at how it works.
What private browsing can and can’t do
As you surf the web, it’s nearly impossible to keep your internet activity completely private. Certain websites collect personal information for marketing purposes and your browser keeps track of all the websites you visit. But that browsing information can also fall into the wrong hands, which is why you should consider using private browsing if you want to keep your online activities to yourself.
How Private Browsing Settings Actually Work
Think your browser's private setting is keeping your web history secret? Think again.
Why should I use private browsing?
You may think that you’re not online enough to risk your safety, or that you never visit unsafe sites. However, the world wide web is a vast network where the exchange of information is often diffi…
How to turn on private browsing on a Mac computer in Safari
It's easy to turn on private browsing on a Mac by opening a new private window in Safari. Here's how to do it.
Why You Need to know about Private Browsing.
If you thought browsing securely (and privately) was as easy as opening a new incognito window, think again.
Firefox 20 improves private browsing, fixes three critical flaws
Mozilla has released the latest version of its Firefox web browser which features new enhancement to private browsing and fixes a number of flaws.
How to Change Firefox's Default Search Engine for Private Browsing
Just about every web browser lets you specify your default search engine, and some even let you toggle between multiple search engines on the fly. In the upcoming Firefox 71 update, you’ll now be able to set the browser to default to separate search engines whether you’re using its normal or private browsing modes.
VPNs are a must for private browsing in 2020. Here are huge deals on 5 of them
With a virtual private network, you're accessing a separate server for your internet use, making it virtually impossible for hackers or malicious outsiders to track your online activities and hack your accounts.
How to Use Safari's Private Browsing Mode and Delete Your Browsing History in iOS 11
This article explains how to use Safari's Private Browsing mode, which prevents your browsing history from being logged on your Apple devices....
How to use private browsing on your iPhone, and turn it off when you're done browsing
To turn off private browsing on your iPhone, or turn it on, you just need to press a single button in Safari. Here's how it works.
The Edge Browser
Find out the features of Microsoft's newest and fastest internet browser, Edge.
Opera's latest browser update will show you how much you're being tracked
The Opera browser opens your eyes to how much you're being tracked by websites.
How Microsoft lost its monopoly in web browsers
At the dawn of the Internet age, Microsoft used every trick it knew to dominate the World Wide Web. That strategy worked for a few years, but aggressive antitrust enforcement and equally aggressive competitors crushed the company's onetime dominance. Here's a quarter-century of history that explains just what happened.
Before Netscape: The forgotten Web browsers of the early 1990s
From the archives: Does anybody remember Erwise? Viola? Cello? Let's reminisce.
Gabriel Weinberg's answer to Is it true that my ISP is spying on my web browsing? Does DuckDuckGo...
Adam D'Angelo , Quora CEO · Author has 95 answers and 1b answer views Yes, your ISP (Internet Service Provider) is likely spying on your web browsing, and yes, DuckDuckGo can help you significantly cut down on their ability to spy on you. Your ISP is the company that gets you onto the Internet – your home Internet or mobile data provider. If your ISP is spying on you, it means they can use or sell your browsing history to others for things…
Google will soon let you set a time limit for how long it stores your location and browsing info
Google is rolling out a new feature that will automatically delete web and location history for you.
How to Disable Location Features on Your Web Browser
Are you worried about your privacy when you browse online? Did you know most internet browsers will track your visits and know your locations? Most default settings are set to know where you’re located. Here’s what you can do to stop that. In Google Chrome, click the menu icon (three vertical dots) to the …
Why the web browser is here to stay
George Wetz reveals four reasons why web designers won’t be traded in for native app programmers.