When you browse the web, the web browser stores the information about the web sites you visit, including the web site content, cache, cookies and any user names and passwords you enter. Other people who use your computer can view that information. If you don’t want this information stored, use InPrivate Browsing feature of Internet Explorer. Here is how :
- Run Internet Explorer.
- From the menubar select Safety → InPrivate Browsing as shown,
- You would see a new window open up with. This window is private. You will see the InPrivate indicator in the browser’s location bar. You will also se [InPrivate] in the window titlebar. You can visit any web site in this tab. All the activity within this private window will be destroyed as soon as you close this InPrivate Internet Explorer window.
- You can also use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + Shift + P to open the InPrivate Internet Explorer window.