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How to Enable Private Browsing in Safari Browser
When browsing the web each and every data is important. Conceivably we are concerned about our important data which are still left behind in temporary memory space such as cookies or cache. You just don’t want anyone to know about where you have been or which site you have visited.
Safari’s Private browsing may be the perfect thing you require. By using Private Browser cache and other files are not saved on your disc, even history and entire browser data is wiped out automatically.
Private Browsing can be activated within few easy steps. This tutorial will help you to enable Private Browsing.
Click on Edit option in your browser’s menu. This tab is located at the upper left hand corner of your browser’s screen. Clicking on this Edit tab a drop down menu appears. Select the option labeled as Private Browsing.
A pop up dialog box will appear on your screen, which explains browser’s features. To enable Private Browsing mode click on OK button.
Private browsing mode should be enabled now. In order to confirm this see “Private” icon on the right end of your address bar. You will get another window on your browser screen which asks for confirmation of disabling private Browser.
Address bar without enabling Private Browser
To disable this feature just repeat first two steps of this tutorial or just click on Private icon on your Address Bar which is located at extreme right corner of your browser's Address bar, on clicking this icon a new window will appear on your screen which explains browser's feature.