Incognito Browsing Mode in Google Chrome is a private mode of browsing in which no history or cookies are stored during browsing session. Once you close the incognito mode, all the history and browsing data is automatically cleared and there’s no record or any trace of your browsing session left behind.
But the problem is that every time to open incognito mode you’ve to open Google Chrome in normal mode and then choose incognito mode from the menu or Press Ctrl+Shift+N. Which offcourse takes a little time.
Well, here is the little trick to create Incognito mode desktop shortcut.
1. Create a copy Google Chrome’s desktop shortcut on your desktop. (if there’s no shortcut at all, then go to the folder where it is installed and right click it to create desktop shortcut)
2. Once you’ve created the shortcut, rename it and add “Incognito” or “Private” or anything like that in the name so that you can identify between the two modes.
3. Right click the Incognito shortcut and choose “properties”.
4. In the “Target” field after “…chrome.exe” add a space and type this : -incognito
(remember there’s a space in between)