Incognito mode in Google Chrome is a private web browsing mode. When using incognito mode, your history, cookies, website data, and any information you enter on the web sites you visit will not be stored on your computer. Anything you download or bookmarks you create will be saved unless you delete them manually.
It is important to keep in mind that this does not prevent sites from tracking and remembering information about you, only that this information will not be stored on your computer.
To always run Chrome in incognito mode, you need to add a command to the command line. This may sound scary, but don’t worry, this is very easy to do.
See how to always run Google Chrome in Incognito mode on Windows 10 in our video.
- Right-click on the Google Chrome shortcut
- Click Properties
- At the end of the Target field add -incognito
- Click Apply and then OK
- When you start Chrome from this shortcut, it will always run in incognito mode. This will only be the case when you run it from this shortcut.