Perhaps the worst part of the Internet is that it has a pretty good and really long memory; it remembers what you did and said, long after you and many others have forgotten. And when you’re least expecting it, those random tidbits of information that you thought were forgotten and buried in the past come
back to haunt you because your hard drive decided to store something that you thought you had deleted.
Now, there’s a way to browse the net without storing any information of your session on your hard drive, and this means you don’t have to clean your disk and clear your history and cache every time you visit sites you don’t want others to know about. Your browsing history is no one’s business but your own, so to protect yourself from prying eyes, get introduced to Google Chrome’s Incognito today.