How to Set Google Chrome in Incognito Mode as default in Two Steps

By 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.

Step 1

Right click on the chrome shortcut on your desktop. Go to the  properties and click on it.

Step 2

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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