When using Microsoft Edge, it is easy to quickly open a new InPrivate window using a keyboard shortcut. InPrivate is a special private browsing feature that does not save your local browsing history. See how you can do it.
First, open the Edge. Depending on the platform you are using, press one of these two button combinations:
- Windows: Press Ctrl + Shift + N
- Mac: Press Command + Shift + N
Once you press the correct shortcut keyboard, a new InPrivate window will open. (You can also open an InPrivate window at any time from the ellipses menu. select "New InPrivate window" from menu that appears.)
The same goes for tabs that open when using InPrivate (to open a new one, press Ctrl + T on Windows and Linux or Command + T on Mac) as long as the tab is inside an InPrivate window, the activity local tour will not be stored there either.
If you are not sure if you are in operation private browsing, see the Edge toolbar. If InPrivate is enabled, you will see a small “InPrivate” logo next to address bar. Edge also gets a darker one Colour during InPrivate mode.
While InPrivate is good for preventing local browsing of your browsing history, remember that it does not protect browsing activity from external sources such as monitoring networks or providers Internet such as the provider Internet services, the school network or o employer you.
When you are done with the private tour, you can leave from the function by closing the InPrivate window. To do this, press the "X" in the upper corner window or press Alt + F4 on Windows and Linux or press Command + Shift + W on a Mac. Have a good tour!
Source of information: howtogeek.com