asked on 11th Sep 2011 | 1 Answers | Answer It!
If you use a public computer, your browsing history like web addresses you have visited, web pages and files forming those web pages are kept by web browsers you are using on separate folders on that computer. Those cached data has many benefits. But what if the cached data is used to get and build a profile data about you or even your private data like files, images, passwords, etc are stolen.
InPrivate Browsing is an enhancement introduced to web users using Internet Explorer 8 (IE8). InPrivate Browsing is the private browsing mode of Internet Explorer IE 8. InPrivate Browsing mode in IE8 prevents the Internet Explorer from recording and storing data about your browsing session during the session is active. And someone using the same computer with you will not be able to see which sites and which pages you have visited and what files you have displayed during your private web browsing on the browser. When a web user starts an InPrivate Browsing session on IE8 and begins his private browse, the Internet Explorer will open a new window which will carry the private browsing session. And the private protection that E8 InPrivate Browsing provides will cover all the tabs within that Window and in IE windows that are opened within an InPrivate Browsing window.
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