Typically, any browser would save the browsed data in Browser’s History section. This could violate your privacy concerns as anyone could access the browsing history. Therefore, we suggest you use Incognito mode while browsing through the Internet. In private browsing mode, you will be allowed to surf through the Internet like in normal mode but the data won’t be saved or tracked.
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In this guide, we will show you how to go incognito in Safari
Going Incognito in Safari
Here’s how you can open incognito mode in Safari:
- Launch Safari, from the top menu, click on “File”.
- From the File drop-down menu, click on “New Private Window”. You can also use the keyboard shortcut “Shift + Command + N” to perform this action.
- A new safari window will appear which will tell that it’s a Private browser. It looks a little darker than the normal Safari window.
Now when you will open a new tab, it will also open as a private tab. None of the data that you browsed through the Safari Private browser will be recorded in the browser’s history.