Despite what you may think IE is useful! Yes there are things IE can do that Firefox can’t do, yes you heard right. IE is perhaps the longest serving browser in computers especially on Microsoft powered computers and perhaps by some, the most useless, despite that many users find it useful. I personal find IE useful in some aspect. Learn how to activate its private browsing called inPrivate browsing in this easy steps. Read all about Private Browsing in browsers for a general understanding of what you’re up against.
The steps can be used for all Internet explorer browsers in different versions of Windows such as
*. Windows 7
*. Windows 8
*. Windows XP and others
2 easy steps to set up private browsing (InPrivate browsing) in IE
1. Keyboard Shortcut This makes use of some selected keys on your keyboard, just press CTR+SHIFT+P,
a window opens that will allow you to browse without taking records alternatively you can Safety InPrivate Browsing item on the menu.
2. Create your own shortcut
You can create your own shortcut on your IE browser, in Windows 7 a private browsing shortcut is there but in later versions of Windows it’s not so, if you don’t have Windows 7 you can easily create a shortcut to access the InPrivate browsing in IE. To do that create shortcut to Internet Explorer, and add the following to the end (after the quotes). -private
The final path should look similar to this, depending on your system
Name the icon so that you’ll remember it as the icon for private browsing.