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    Found a neat way to always open Google Chrome in Incognito mode, stopping history from saving.

    Would post the entire page, but I wouldn't want to hit anyone with a giant wall of text..

    Here is the link:
    http://www.coolgeex.com/start-google...ncognito-mode/

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    huch why so complicated...
    you can start chrome and just press Shift - Apple - N (don't know the windoze key-combo, but there mus be one too)... That way chrome opens a new incognito window...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tommygun View Post
    (don't know the windoze key-combo, but there mus be one too)
    Ctrl + shift + N does it for Windows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by battlemage View Post
    Ctrl + shift + N does it for Windows.
    Anyway, by the sound of this it's more permanent. I just use firefox and have my history auto-clear by default. Just for reference, on Windows:
    Firefox - Private Browsing - Ctrl-Shft-P
    Chrome - Incognito Mode - Ctrl-Shft-N
    Can't remember IE, but it's called InPrivate and fairly easy to find.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tommygun View Post
    huch why so complicated...
    you can start chrome and just press Shift - Apple - N (don't know the windoze key-combo, but there mus be one too)... That way chrome opens a new incognito window...
    Only upside to this, it creates a sort of shortcut, allowing it to always open as incognito. So you won't have to worry about closing that original.

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    This was quite helpful, thank you. I'll keep it in mind, if I choose to set Chrome to do this.

    At the moment, though, I like having history in Chrome, because I like how the new tab thing shows my most visited sites. If I don't keep history, those won't get updated. I just use Safari Private browsing or switch to Incognito for things I don't want on the most visited sites.

    It'd be less work though, to do this instead of switching each time, if I were to often use Chrome for things like ADISC or other guilty pleasures.

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