Incognito Mode is a feature of Google Chrome that allows you to automatically delete certain data about your Internet activity. In other browsers, this functionality can also be found under the name “private browsing mode”.
Although it is called “incognito” or “private”, it is good to know that using this tool does not fully protect the information about our online activity.
Using Incognito mode means that Chrome will not save your search data, cookies and data from the websites you have visited, as well as the information entered in forms. This means that such information will be “invisible” to other users of the device from which the activity was made, but will remain available to the ISP, employer or school – the owner of the device, as well as to the websites visited.