Want to go undercover?
Chrome Incognito mode is for you.
Incognito mode is made for those times when you need to use a browser without any information being saved.
When you access the internet in Incognito mode, Chrome doesn’t save your activity once you finish a browsing session. This includes passwords, cookies, history etc.
You can have many tabs open in one Incognito window, and you can also have many Incognito windows open at the same time. This is useful when you want to open more than one account of the same service, for example 2 Gmail accounts or 2 Chase accounts etc. without having to sign out to switch between one and the other.
To open an Incognito window, click on the “3-dotted ellipsis” on the top right of Chrome and select “New Incognito Window”, or use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Shift+N. Don’t forget to close the windows once you’re done with it to ensure your information is cleared from your computer.