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For those who value their privacy online, private browsing is a must. Fortunately, Safari makes it easy to do on a Mac.
Here’s how: Open Safari and click File > New Private Window. You can also use the keyboard shortcut Shift-Command-N.
A new window will open with the word “Private” in the title bar. From here, you can browse the web as usual without worrying that your history or cookies will be saved. Keep in mind that private browsing only affects Safari; other apps on your Mac will still have access to your browsing history and cookies unless you take additional steps to protect your privacy.
- Open Safari from your Mac’s dock
- Click on the File menu at the top of your screen and select New Private Window
- A new window will open with a dark gray background
- This indicates that you are now in private browsing mode
- You can browse the web as usual in this window, but your history and cookies will not be saved once you close the window
Use Private Browsing on MacBook Pro M1 [Safari,Google Chrome,Firefox]
Disable Private Browsing Safari Mac
When you browse the web in Safari on your Mac, you might want to keep your browsing private. This is especially true if you’re using a public computer or sharing your computer with others. Fortunately, Safari makes it easy to disable private browsing.
Here’s how: Open Safari and click on the Safari menu in the upper left corner of your screen. Select Preferences from the drop-down menu.
Click on the Privacy tab near the top of the Preferences window. Uncheck the box next to “Private Browsing.” You’ll see a confirmation message asking if you’re sure you want to turn off Private Browsing.
Click Turn Off to confirm. And that’s all there is to it! From now on, when you browse in Safari, your browsing history and search queries will be saved normally.
What is Private Browsing on Mac
Private browsing is a feature in Safari that prevents your browsing history from being stored on your computer. When you enable private browsing, Safari will create a new session without storing any information about the websites you visit. This means that when you close all your private tabs, Safari will forget everything about your browsing session.
Private browsing is useful for hiding your web activity from others who have access to your computer, such as family members or roommates. It’s also helpful for hiding your web activity from yourself – if you don’t want to remember what you were looking at, enable private browsing and Safari will take care of forgetting it for you. To turn on private browsing in Safari, click the File menu and select New Private Window.
Alternatively, you can press Command + Shift + N on your keyboard to open a new private window. Once you’re done using private browsing mode, simply close all of your private tabs and Safari will automatically clear all traces of your web activity.
In private browsing, also called incognito mode, your browser doesn’t save your browsing history, cookies, site data, or form inputs. This means the websites you visit won’t be able to track you and any sensitive information you enter into forms (like credit card numbers) will be erased when you close the private browsing window. Private browsing is a great way to do some research without having that information saved to your computer.
To start a private browsing session in Safari, click on File > New Private Window. You can also use the keyboard shortcut Shift-Command-N. A new window will open with a dark grey address bar instead of the usual white one.
This indicates that you are in private browsing mode. To exit private browsing mode, simply close all of your private windows.