What is the InPrivate Browsing system?

A special feature, InPrivate Browsing helps prevent your Internet Explorer browser from saving the data in relation to your browsing sessions. As a result, it prevents any other person using your notebook or computer from viewing all the websites and blogs that you had visited on the internet. Hence, when you begin browsing with this feature, the Internet Explorer simply opens up a new window on your computer screen. However, this protection provided by InPrivate is only for the time when you use the particular Internet Explorer window that is protected perfectly by the InPrivate browsing system.

In order to start your new Inprivate Browsing session, follow any of the given points:

  • Click onto the Safety Button. Now Click InPrivate Browsing.
  • Click and open a fresh new tab and click onto Open the given InPrivate Browsing window.
  • Simple of all, just press on Ctrl+Shift+P.

Once you have completed visiting the desired websites, you can simply close the window to shut down the InPrivate session.

What is this InPrivate Filtering?

The InPrivate Filtering system mainly protects you and helps prevent the web content providers from gathering any details about the list of websites which you visit. Various online webpages use content in the form of maps, web analytics tools, advertisements, etc. available on several websites. These web pages are called as the content providers or also as third party websites which when visited by you, store some amount of your data for creating a profile.

The InPrivate Filtering system analyses the entire web content available on webpages in the forms of videos, images, etc. and then check if the same content is hosted on any other website. In such a case, you will receive an option to either block or allow the display of that content. You also have the option to allow the InPrivate Filtering system to automatically block such content providers.

How to turn on and off the InPrivate filtering?

The InPrivate Filtering is by default designed to analyze all the websites which are visited by you along with their content providers. It is completely your choice to whether block or allow these providers. Here are the steps you can follow to turn on the filtering and for turning off the filtering.
Turning on the InPrivate filtering:

1. Click start button and open Internet Explorer. Type Internet Explorer into the search box. Click Internet Explorer in the search results.

2. Now click on the Safety Button. Click on InPrivate Filtering and select your choice:

  • Select, Block for me (automatically block websites)
  • Select, Let me Choose the providers who receive my information (choose content for allowing or blocking.) Click OK, if finished.

Turning off the InPrivate filtering:
1. Click start button and open Internet Explorer. Type Internet Explorer into the search box. Click Internet Explorer in the search results.
2. Now click on the Safety Button. Click on InPrivate Filtering Settings.
3. Select any one:

  • Click, Automatically Block.
  • Select, Choose content to allow or block (for manually blocking webpages)
  • Click OFF (For turning off InPrivate Filtering)

4. Click on OK.