Tag Archives: private browsing

Test Driving the Epic Privacy Browser

    Test Driving the Epic Privacy Browser Browser We get quite a bit of mail asking about VPNs, web tracking, private browsing, and other security-related concerns. When someone mentions a new browser, we check it out. We haven’t been very impressed with most of the new browsers – and it seems new browsers are released quite often.… Read More »

How to Get Around “Disable Your Ad Blocker to Continue” Messages

    How to Get Around “Disable Your Ad Blocker to Continue” Messages We, better than most, know the importance of trying to make a little extra money to help pay the bills by having advertising on our site. We have tried to make the advertising bearable – no popups, no floating ads, no distracting audio/visuals ads. Advertising… Read More »

Create a Shortcut to Launch Chrome in Incognito Mode

Create a Shortcut to Launch Chrome in Incognito Mode If you use Chrome’s Incognito mode often, you can make a shortcut to launch Chrome in Incognito mode with just a click. Here’s how you do it. Open Chrome’s installation directory: “C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe” Right-click on chrome.exe, and from the right-click menu choose: Send to > Desktop > Create… Read More »

Private Browsing: It’s not private but it’s good for some things

Private Browsing: It’s not private but it’s good for some things While private browsing is anything but private, there are some good reasons to use it, but none them are related to hiding your activities, as you aren’t going to hide anything by using private browsing. Every site you visit is logged by your ISP and most of… Read More »