How to do private browsing in Chrome and Firefox

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private browsing in chrome

Hi friend, today I am talking about how to open multiple account of Facebook, Gmail, Google+and other using single browser. This facilities are available in Chrome, Firefox , IE, Safari.So let’s start how to do incognito browsing in different browsers.Incognito browsing doesn’t mean you are annonymous.So don’t confuse.

Friends we use multiple email account, one for professional use and other is common. If we wish to open both email without Log out one is not possible. So I am going to share the trick to do so. It will also work in Facebook and other.

The trick is using Incognito window. The basic idea is that your browser will not save cookies or your browsing and any detail which you will do in incognito window. If you want that your browsing history will not save then you can also use it. For each account you have to open a new incognito window.
Open a new incognito Window in Google Chrome:
You can open a new Incognito Window in Chrome using shortcut key Ctrl+shift+N. And you got o Right top corner and click on this image

private browsing in chrome where you got a new incognito window in third option. Click on it and do as you wish.
Open a new incognito window in Firefox browser:
In Firefox incognito window is known as Private window. You can open it by shortcut key as Ctrl+Shift+P. And go to right top most corner and click on

You will see image as like

  click on dark rectangle and do as you want.

In IE it is known as Inprivate window.

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