Online privacy is an increasing concern for Internet users. There are many ways to protect your privacy online, and the simplest of them is to launch your browser in private browsing mode. This article will show you how to run Safari on your Mac, iPhone or iPad in incognito mode by default while browsing the Internet.
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What is Incognito Mode (Private Access) in Safari on iPhone and iPad?
Whenever you launch Safari in private mode on your Mac, iPhone, or iPad, the browser automatically prevents websites from tracking user activity, and no browsing data is saved. In addition, Safari employs a number of privacy-focused features to enhance security.
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How to set up Safari to run in Private Mode (Private) on Mac by default
You probably already know how to open a private window in Safari on Mac, but in the browser preferences there is an option to set Safari to run in incognito mode by default.
one… Open Safari on Mac;
2… On the menu bar, open Safari → “Settings“→”The main“Or use the keyboard shortcut that opens Settings in any Mac application;
3… In step “When launching Safari, open“Select the option”New private window“.
Now every time a new window will be launched in private browsing mode. The settings persist even after restarting your Mac.
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How to set Safari to start in Private mode on iPhone and iPad by default
one… Open a new private tab in Safari on iPhone or iPad (launch the browser, then click the “Tabs“→”Private access“→”Done“);
2… Leave this tab in the foreground in Safari, that is, do not turn off private mode.
The next time you launch Safari, this tab will be displayed and each window will launch in private mode.