The user’s privacy has been a major concern in this digital age. An article published by researchers shows that on average a person generates 2 MB of personal data every minute of browsing.
The Microsoft Edge browser based on chromium engine has done a great job with enhanced privacy settings as well as multi-tasking with browser tabs.
InPrivate browsing android helps in maintaining the privacy of users without storing any records like browsing history, cookies and cache files, login passwords, etc. A similar feature is also available in the chrome browser which is known as incognito mode.
While InPrivate browsing android helps in maintaining privacy, the new tabs options help in multi-tasking. Using the tabs feature, you can browse through multiple website pages without closing an active page. The switch between tabs is quite easy and hassle-free.
I often use a public computer when I do not get the required internet access at home. In such a condition, it is often good to browse everything in the InPrivate tab since it leaves no trace of information behind.
The only difference between the edge private browsing and new tabs is browsing history and storage. The new tab stores all the information within the browser, while the private browser will auto-delete the data upon exit.
How to Open InPrivate Mode in Edge Android?
You can easily start an InPrivate browsing android session within the Edge chromium-browser. As I mentioned, it does not store any records of browsing or leaves any trace about you.
Here are the steps to open the inPrivate (incognito) tab in Microsoft Edge for Android:
- Launch the Microsoft Edge for Android.
- Tap on the Tabs icon.
- Switch to the inPrivate tab.
- Tap on the sign at the bottom to open a new Private tab.
You can open multiple private tabs and browsers separately without any issues. To close tabs, hit on theicon on the tab.
You can also delete all the existing open tabs using the Trash icon. This will close all the running InPrivate android tabs in the Edge browser.
How to Open New Tabs in Edge Android?
Just like edge private browsing tabs, one can open multiple new tabs that are just an extended tab of running sessions. However, the sessions with normal tabs are recorded and stored in browser storage as well as history.
Here are the steps to open a new tab in Microsoft Edge for Android:
- Launch the Microsoft Edge on Android.
- Tap on the Tabs icon.
- Tap on the sign at the bottom to open a new tab.
Just like the InPrivate tabs, you can open multiple new tabs as well as close them using thecommand. If you want to close the tabs in bulk, then hit on the Trash icon.
Video demo on InPrivate and New Tab in Edge Android
Here is the video demo on how to open new inPrivate tabs and new tabs in Microsoft Edge for Android OS.
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Bottom Line — Edge Android inPrivate and New Tab
The Edge browser on Android phone supports incognito private browsing like chrome browser. One can easily add new tabs, switch between the tabs and also close all the tabs in one go. The new tabs can also be added in private browsing mode easily.
Whenever I use a public computer, I use the InPrivate tabs so that I leave no data or browsing history behind. It protects my privacy as well as help me stay secured.
Similarly, you can also open inPrivate and new tab browsing in Edge computer. The Edge browser on windows or mac computer can also launch the new window with separate browsing tabs.
Have do ever tried inPrivate mode in Edge Chromium for Android? What are your thoughts?
Lastly, here are the recommended web browsers for your computer and mobile phone that you should give a try.
|Chrome Windows||Chrome Mac||Chrome iOS||Chrome Android||Firefox Linux|
|Firefox Windows||Safari Mac||Safari iOS||Edge Android||Chrome Linux|
|Edge Windows||Firefox Mac||Edge iOS||Samsung Internet||Edge Linux|
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