A significant amount of data is left behind on our hard drives when surfing the Web, including a history of the sites we've visited, the information we've entered into forms and even a list of files that we've downloaded. Both privacy and security can be a concern here, with many Web surfers preferring not to leave a trail behind at the end of their browsing session.
IE10 offers a method of browsing in which this potentially sensitive data is not stored locally. Dubbed InPrivate Browsing, this feature is often preferred when surfing the Web on a PC that may be used by others at some point. Activating InPrivate Browsing can be achieved in under a minute, and is detailed in our step-by-step tutorial.
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