Ever wondered what the incognito feature is used for? Take a look, you’ll love the benefits.
Your browser tracks everything you do.
That includes the web addresses you visit, cookies that track your activity, passwords you’ve used and temporary files that you have downloaded. Using Incognito mode on Chrome or InPrivate Browsing on Edge doesn’t track any of the things mentioned above.
Private browsing may be helpful if you need to log into multiple accounts at the same time. For example, Google only lets you log into one account per browser, however, if you need to log in to a second account, you can use a private browser session. It doesn’t store the information and it allows for you to get what you need without having to find a totally new browser or a new device to login.
Travel benefits too.
Incognito can also help you get the best deals for your next trip. Travel sites track what you’re looking at and often raise prices if they see you return to research the same trip. Using a private browsing mode can actually save you money on plane tickets and hotels.