Private browsing can be used when you do not want the browser to remember the sites you visited or store cookies or search history or auto form fill information. This feature has been already supported by the top the browsers.
- Firefox – Private browsing using Firefox 3.5
- Internet Explorer – Internet Explorer 9 and Private Browsing
- Google Chrome – Google Chrome’s private browsing feature – maintains privacy
Similarly private browsing can be enabled in Apple Safari browser as well. To turn on the private browsing in Safari, Click the dropdown arrow next to the General settings menu.
This would display the following dialog box asking for your confirmation.
Click OK button to continue. There will be a indication in the address bar of the Safari browser about this change.