Once deemed a veritable punchline for developers and Web surfers alike, Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser has improved by leaps and bounds over its last couple of major releases. Based on feedback from both About readers and early adopters throughout the blogosphere, the company has taken another step in the right direction with IE11. I myself am quickly becoming a fan of the latest version of the 'blue e'.
As is the case when most new browsers are unveiled, the majority of questions I've received up to this point revolve around privacy and security. These concerns are amplified when using a shared computer, whether it be in your workplace, school, or even your home. IE11's InPrivate Browsing Mode offers a remedy for those uneasy feelings, allowing you to freely surf the Web without storing any browsing history, temporary Internet files, cookies, or other private data on your local hard drive. Our in-depth tutorial explains the ins and outs of these data components, as well as how to activate InPrivate Browsing Mode.
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