Incognito Mode in Google Chrome and Chromium
- If you haven't tried incognito mode in Google Chrome yet, try it once and get a feel of it. You can activate Incognito mode by using the shortcut SHIFT+CTRL+N in Linux(while the browser is already open, ofcourse). Or you could use the Google Chrome/Chromium settings menu.
- The following steps should work with all GNOME desktops, but I have tried this on Ubuntu only and hence the title.
- Right click on the top left corner of your top panel on your desktop and select 'Edit Menus'.
- And then select 'Internet' from the left side pane of the new window.
- You will see the Google Chrome and Chromium entries on the right pane. To change Google Chrome settings, double click on Google Chrome.
- Now, as you could see, there is a '%U'(without quotes), include '--incognito'(without quotes) before it. Include space as in the screenshot. Thats it. If you are using Chromium browser, steps are similar. Simply include '--incognito' before '%U'.
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