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Browse Incognito

Tech Tip: Browse the web incognito

Web browsers can store information on your computer that makes it more convenient to use the websites that you want to revisit. Normally all the recent websites that you visit are stored in the browser’s history and some of the information you enter in forms (such as username) may also be saved and automatically inserted into the appropriate form when you revisit the website. There are times, however, when you would rather not have this happen. This may be the case when using public or shared computers or when entering sensitive information such as credit card numbers.