After you close your browser a history of the site is stored you have visited on your computer. Almost all websites keep IP addresses and other statistical data of visitor’s logs. To give users more anonymity as they travel the web each and every major browser offers secure browsing modes for the person who wish to surf the Web anonymously. Here we can see how to browse anonymously on Internet Explorer.
- Firstly run the Internet Explorer and then open the “Tools” menu. To open a new window click on the “InPrivate Browsing” option that will invoke a secure browsing mode. On your keyboard press “Ctrl-Shift-P” to launch an InPrivate browsing window. Otherwise on the taskbar right click a pinned Internet Explorer icon. Then from the context menu select the “InPrivate Browsing” option.
- You can brows as normally would. Then you will need to log in manually where you have accounts. From previous browsing sessions InPrivate browsing mode doesn’t load any cookies or cached information. Your log in information will store as in the usual manner.
- If you have finished you need to close the InPrivate browsing window. When you close the window all information will lose. So you have to save the required information before close the window.