Your web browser is probably the thing you use most on your PC; in fact, you’re almost certainly using one to read this article right now. That’s why it’s important to make sure your web browser works just how you want it to, whether you’re using Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, Google Chrome or Firefox.
We’ll show you how to make the small tweaks that make a difference. This week, we help you find the private web browser.
For those unfamilar with private web browsing, it helps hid your web activity a bit more than usual. This means that things like web history, temporary siles and searches are not stored on your PC like they usually would. They also prevent cookies from being stored on your PC (if you don't know what cookies are, read here).
Watch the videos for each web browser below:
How to find the private web browser on Firefox
How to find the private web browser on Microsoft Edge
How to find the private web browser on Google Chrome
How to find the private web browser on Internet Explorer
Read more on internet browsers:
- Microsoft is killing Internet Explorer 8, 9 and 10: What does it mean for you?
- 7 reasons why you need to upgrade to Internet Explorer 11 now
- 10 time-saving shortcuts for Google Chrome
What tweaks would you like help with on your web browser? Let us know in the Comments section below and we might find the answer for you.