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Google Chrome has Incognito, does Firefox have a similar software?

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Web pages that are opened and files downloaded while in "Incognito" mode aren't recorded in browsing and download histories. All cookies are deleted after Incognito windows are closed.

Does Firefox have anything similar?

Web pages that are opened and files downloaded while in "Incognito" mode aren't recorded in browsing and download histories. All cookies are deleted after Incognito windows are closed. Does Firefox have anything similar?

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Yes, If you look at the top right of the browser next to the search bar click on the Firefox Menu (the symbol with 3 grey lines) and then click 'new private window' a new window will then appear with a purple mask (I've attached an Image below)

Or another way is to press (CTRL + SHIFT + P)

(My OS is Linux and may be different)

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Chosen Solution

Yes, If you look at the top right of the browser next to the search bar click on the Firefox Menu (the symbol with 3 grey lines) and then click 'new private window' a new window will then appear with a purple mask (I've attached an Image below)

Or another way is to press (CTRL + SHIFT + P)

(My OS is Linux and may be different)

Yes, If you look at the top right of the browser next to the search bar click on the Firefox Menu (the symbol with 3 grey lines) and then click 'new private window' a new window will then appear with a purple mask (I've attached an Image below) Or another way is to press (CTRL + SHIFT + P) (My OS is Linux and may be different)

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