How do we activate the incognito mode permanently

How To: How to Enable Incognito Mode on Google Chrome

The desire for security is becoming the number one priority for more and more users. Each of us can contribute to this by activating incognito mode. In “How to” we explain how to use the incognito mode in Google Chrome on the go and on the desktop.

For many years, the Internet was a place where companies and advertisers could collect, evaluate and market their users' data relatively unmolested.

The revelations of the US whisteblower Edward Snowden in the summer of 2013 brought the extent of global surveillance into the focus of society for the first time. Until then, most users were not aware of how comprehensive the analysis tools of the states and large tech companies are and were.

The data protection scandal surrounding Facebook and Cambridge Analytica triggered a second quake in spring 2018. The consequences: More and more users are concerned about their privacy online - and that's a good thing.

Activate incognito mode: This is how it works with Chrome mobile and on the desktop

A first step in the right direction is to use incognito mode within your own browser. There are serious misjudgments about this. The browser history, cookies and entered data on websites are not saved and disappear after the window is closed.

But how can you activate incognito mode? We'll reveal that to you in today's “Know How” for the desktop and mobile version of Germany's most widely used browser, Google Chrome.

Activate incognito mode: step-by-step instructions for Google Chrome on the desktop

We start at the desktop. There you open Google Chrome and click on the in the upper right corner three perpendicular points.

How to activate the incognito mode in Google Chrome on the desktop. Step 1.

You can go back and forth with the arrows under the heading.