Google Chrome’s Incognito mode is great for doing a little under-the-radar browsing on your computer, but if you want to use Chrome to search in private from the get-go, these Windows and OS X-friendly methods can help.
That’s simple enough, and it’s not a new trick by any means, but if you’re running OS X, starting Chrome in Incognito mode from the get-go is a bit more difficult. Luckily weblog Cool Geex details how to do just that with a little help from AppleScript. Head to the link below for a guide (with video) for creating and compiling the Chrome-in-Incognito-mode script and you’ll be good to go.
While you’re polishing up your Chrome skills, take a look at our power user’s guide to Google Chrome.
Start Google Chrome in Incognito Mode [Cool Geex]