How to Set Google Chrome in Incognito Mode as default in Two StepsBy Partho, Gaea News Network
Tuesday, January 20, 2009
No cookies, no cache, no History. Google Chrome offers a cool way to browse Internet without any history stowed on your PC. It was great stuff especially for sluggards like me, who hates clearing cookies. Well I found launching the Incognito mode every time I open the browser was almost a hornets’ nest. First switching to the normal mode, then selecting the New icognito window, or the CTRL+SHIFT+N. I’d better look for an easier way, lol call it a sloth, but I can’t help it. So I ended up setting the Chrome in Incognito mode by default. Ask me how? You can get it done in two steps.
Look for the Target text box and type in -incognito at the end. Don’t forget to leave a space between the chrome.exe and -incognito. Click on the Ok button and you have finished it.
Next time you open the chrome, you don’t need the remember the shorcuts, go ahead with Incognito experience.
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