The privacy is very important when you are on the internet. You feel uncomfortable when someone can see which pages you visited. Of course, you can clean history, cache, delete search queries and autocomplete requests after the work in the browser is done. But first, cleaning browser history is suspicious, and also takes some time. If you need not be tracked, you can open private window in Opera. This feature is very useful when you browse on another computer, or if you want to secretly open some pages. In this text, we will show you how to open private window in Opera Browser.
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How To Open Private Window In Opera Browser
If you want to open new private window in Opera, you can do it by clicking on the Menu button located in the upper left corner of the Opera window.
Then in the drop-down menu, select “New private window”. You can also open it by pressing the key combination Ctrl + Shift + N.
After that, a new “Private window” will open and you can browse safely and secretly.
When you open “Private window” for the first time, you will see the information about the privacy browsing.
Features of “Private window”:
“Private window” differs from the standard by the icon in the new tab in the form of the padlock.
If you have a lot of private tabs opened, closing the Opera window will close only private windows, not the windows in the normal mode.
After you close the Private window in Opera from the computer, the following information will be automatically removed: browsing history, cache, cookies and usernames.
If you added the bookmark in Opera during the browsing in “Private window”, this bookmark will work also in the normal window later.
A closed “Private window” can’t be restored, because Opera will not retain any history of pages you visited. If you have downloaded some files you can see it in the “Download” section.
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