How to Use Private Browsing in Safari on Mac OS X Yosemite

Safari has been with Apple for quite a long time, however, there was something the browser needed – an enhanced private browsing feature. However now Safari in OS X Yosemite is much speedier than any other time and has a pack of upgrades including the capacity to enable private browsing for separate windows.

Earlier, using private browsing mode used to change over all tabs and windows to private mode, yet this is not the situation now. Presently the program permits you to open a different window and use private mode for it.

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Here again it’s worth specifying that every tab inside a Privacy Mode active window will have its own particular special private session, meanwhile, other other Safari windows will run ordinary sessions.

How to Activate Private Browsing in Safari for OS X Yosemite

Well, this is the right thing to ask and we have the right answer as well. While on OS X Yosemite, you can launch another private Safari window by two simple ways, either with a menu item or alternatively by using keyboard shortcuts. We have both courses down the list of steps included.

Step #1. Launch Safari and click on the File menu and select New Private Window.

Open New Private Window in Safari on Mac OS X

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Step #2. Alternatively, you can do it with a keystroke, hit Command + Shift + N to launch a new private browsing window.

Boom! Private Browsing Enabled.

How to Activate Private Browsing in Safari on Mac OS X Yosemite

Wasn’t that easy? Once enabled, you can affirm it by the shade of the address bar. A white bar means a normal session while a dark one confirms you’ve gone incognito.

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What’s new and why should I use Private mode?

This is a million dollar question. We can edify you of the way that the new private mode is all the more better and there’s no possibility of any private information break while you utilize it.

Be that as it may, its all up to you, and how you act to keep yourself protected on the Internet.

One thing I must notice is, using private mode keeps Safari from staying informed concerning what websites you visit, what passwords you enter and much more.

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There’s nothing sort of confusion with Private Browsing with Safari in OS X Yosemite, still as dependable, you’ll get your inquiries answered. Simply shout off in the comments below.

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Jignesh Padhiyarhttps://www.igeeksblog.com
Jignesh Padhiyar is the founder of iGeeksBlog.com who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around iPhone and iPad.

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