Chrome: Even though every browser has a private mode, it's not always easy to remember to enable it before visiting private sites. Ghost Incognito ensures you don't have to by automatically opening sites of your choosing in incognito mode.For most of your browsing experience, the icon sits unobtrusively on your tool bar. When you visit a site you don't want to keep a cache of for whatever reason, you click the icon and it opens in incognito mode. After using it once, it's stored, so every future visit does the same thing. It's a handy feature to have for sites like your bank, but with Christmas shopping in full swing, it might work well to cover your tracks if you're ordering from a single retailer.
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