Turn On InPrivate Filtering in Internet Explorer

Many web sites use content from other sites like maps, videos, images, counters or analytics etc. These third party sites may track your browsing behavior using many different methods like tracking cookies. The InPrivate Filtering in the Internet Explorer can help prevent website content providers from collecting information about the sites you visit. Here is how :

  1. Run Internet Explorer. When you start Internet Explorer the InPrivate Filtering is turned off.
  2. From the menubar, select Safety → InPrivate Filtering as shown,

    InPrivate Filtering for Internet Explorer

  3. Alternatively, you can also press the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + Shift + F.

  4. By default, the InPrivate filtering blocks all the tracking sites. But you can selectively block such sites. To change the settings, select Safety → InPrivate Filtering Settings from the menubar. A settings window would open up.

    InPrivate Filtering Settings

  5. Select Choose content to block or allow and then select each site and click on the Allow or the Block button to allow this content or block it. Then click the OK button to save the settings.