Learn how to activate the incognito mode in Mozilla Firefox on your computer (PC) to start private browsing or anonymous browsing experience and avoid having a record of the websites you visit and the content you download. In simple 3 steps you can start to browse anonymously with Firefox or Firefox Quantum incognito mode.
When we browse and download content over the internet, we may want to keep our browsing and private searches did either to protect our privacy or because we do not want any of this data to be stored in the browser.
To prevent a record of browsing history from being saved, you must activate the incognito mode.
How does the incognito mode work?
When we use the incognito mode in our browser a new window opens to browse the Internet without a record of your browsing history, but your ordinary Mozilla Firefox window still exists. Keep in mind that the incognito mode does not make us invisible since your company or service provider will have access to your browsing activity.
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As for the downloads, we must know that the files you have downloaded not registered, but these files have stored in the download folder of our computer.
If you want to activate this option in Firefox you must follow the steps that we show you below.
Open Firefox Browser | Step 1
The first thing you should do is open a window in Mozilla Firefox. Now, go to the menu in the upper right corner of the browser window and display it.
Find Incognito Mode Option | Step 2
Once here we have to select “New private window“.
Firefox incognito keyboard shortcut:
Another option we have is to open this window through the keyboard shortcut for both windows and mac.
Windows: Ctrl + Shift + P
Mac: Shift + ⌘ + P
Start Firefox Private Browser | Step 3
Once we select this option, a new window will open with the purple mask symbol in the right corner. All the windows that open next to this symbol, its navigation will occur in an incognito mode.
Note: To close this option you must access each window and close them or close the browser.
In this way, we will be able to browse privately from the Mozilla Firefox browser without leaving a trace of those pages that we have visited during the session.