The incognito mode in Google Chrome has long been shown to be in demand. During normal operation, our browser remembers the history of visits, downloads, cookies, and other data. And the site itself receives certain information about its visitors. But it’s possible to visit resources so that information about this is not stored anywhere. This allows you to implement the “Incognito” mode, in which Google Chrome does not save information about sites.
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And the situation is quite real when the use of such a regime is required not once, but on an ongoing basis. Many users do not need to store cookies and web browsing history. You can make the incognito mode permanent for Google Chrome.
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How to enable automatic activation of incognito mode every time you start Google Chrome
First you need to right-click on the Chrome icon on the taskbar. A window will open in which you can see recently visited sites at the top. And between the elements “New incognito window“And”Unpin from taskbar“You can find the item”Google chrome“.
You need to right-click on it and select “Properties“.
You will see a window with the properties of the browser. In the tab object field Label you can find the path to the run
"C:Program Files (x86)GoogleChromeApplicationchrome.exe"
Immediately after the quotation marks, add the –incognito switch to get the following:
"C:Program Files (x86)GoogleChromeApplicationchrome.exe" -incognito
Now you can click To apply and Ok.
The next time you start the Google Chrome browser (launched through the taskbar), it automatically starts in “Incognita”.
The same method will work for the Google Chrome shortcut on the desktop.
If you need to return to the normal application launch mode, simply delete the key –Incognito out of the way to the same icon properties. Or you can remove it from the taskbar altogether. When creating a new icon there will no longer be any keys in the address.