Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Chrome Incognito Browsing



Google Chrome offers the ability to browse the internet in an "Incognito" window.  This does not mean your are avoiding the filtering or monitoring by BISD.  Rather, it means you can have a new window that will not save any password information.  This can be very helpful when you are logging on to Google Drive on someone else's computer and don't want it to save your account information.  It can also be helpful if students need to access Google Drive on your presentation computer during presentations.

To go "incognito", just click the 3 dots menu in google Chrome (top right of browser).  Then choose "New Incognito Window".

Want more reasons to go "incognito"? Check out this blogpost by Kasey Bell of ShakeUpLearning.com!



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