Online security is an essential aspect of web surfing that all netizens must take care. So, if you are using browsers like Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, etc., then clearing your private data such as cookies, web history, saved password, etc. becomes an essential aspect of strengthening your privacy and security.
There are several moments when you wish to go full screen on your Internet Explorer 11. For example, while watching a movie or a video clip or maybe even doing video conferencing. As you switch-on the full-screen mode in Internet Explorer 11, the elements like toolbars, bookmarks bar and menus vanish away, and there remains only the main browser window.
Have you found yourself in situations where you wanted to quickly close browser window? You're surfing the internet, and an advertisement opens up in a new window. You would wish to exit the browser before the page loads quickly. Or there are times when you end up doing things on the internet, like watching a movie or playing sudoku if you get bored while working and you would want to close the browser window within the snap of fingers before anyone notices.
Would you like it if you had to log in to your frequently visited websites each time you visit it? Or if your saved items in an online shopping cart were dumped each time you shut the site? No right!? This is precisely the reason why cookies are an essential part of your web browser. But occasionally you may like to clear cache and cookies in Chrome. Why? Reason is simple as they are stored on your hard drive and could pose security breach in near future.
Google Chrome has a secret mode which is also known as Incognito mode. This mode is not enabled by default. Chrome incognito mode allows you to browse secretly, without getting your browsing history saved in the browser. You can turn on this mode on your iPad while surfing the internet.