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How to enable an extension in Chrome Incognito Mode

By default, Google Chrome does not run extensions in Incognito mode, as they may compromise your privacy. However, if you want to allow extensions to run in incognito mode, this is easy to do. See below what you need to do.

Incognito Chrome Mode

First, open "Chrome". Click the "Extensions" icon on the toolbar (toolbar), which looks like a puzzle piece. When the menu appears, select "Manage extensions".

Incognito Mode

If you do not see a button like puzzle in line From the menu, click button with the three vertical dots and select More tools> Extensions from the menu.

When appear On the Extensions tab, locate the name of the extension you want to activate in Incognito mode and click the "Details" button next to it.

Incognito Chrome Mode

On the extension details page, do scroll down and locate the “Allow in incognito” option. Click the button next to it to turn on.

Warning: Extensions that you enable in incognito mode may record the browsing history you or others privately data which could possibly be communicated to third parties. They will work just like they do in standard browsing mode. Make sure you trust the extension completely before giving it away access in your private tour.

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If you need to do the same with other extensions, do so click on the back button and then visit the "Details" page of each extension. Enable "Allow in incognito" for any extension you want to use in incognito mode.

When done, close the "Extensions" tab and regulation will take effect immediately. You will be able to use them extensions that you have enabled in incognito mode and will continue be active and in non-private browsing mode. Have a good tour!

Source of information: howtogeek.com

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