As we know Apple’s Safari keeps the history of all the web pages which browse through on your device. Though it helps you to access the previously searched web pages fast, anyone can easily get to know your privacy about what you browse in Safari. Luckily, Safari for Mac allows you to enable private browsing. If you don’t want it to remember the activities, it’s the perfect option to have. Today we’re right here with a trick of How to enable private browsing in safari on mac OS X Yosemite.
Yes, this is possible by this method that I’ve been discussed in the below article How to enable private browsing in safari on mac OS X Yosemite by just following the below steps.
Steps to enable private browsing in safari on mac OS X Yosemite
Step 1. First you need to launch Safari on your Mac running OS X Yosemite or higher.
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Step 2. Now you will click on the File menu.
Step 3. Here select New Private Window ( Alternately, you can also hold down the command and shift keys and then type N.)
Step 4. Here you will see a new window seems with a dark colored search field.
Step 5. That’s it! This is your private browsing window.
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