Make Google Chrome Always Open In Incognito Mode

One of the nice features in Google OS is the guest mode that automatically defaults to Incognito mode.  This means that guests to your home don’t have to worry about revealing what websites they’ve visited or any of their private information.

If you want to recreate a similar effect on your PC i.e. each time you start Google Chrome it automatically starts in privacy mode, then this is easy to achieve:

  1. Right-click on the icon(s) you use to start Google Chrome and click on ‘Properties’
  2. In the window that opens up find the target line and at the end of the current entry add ‘–incognito’ at the end of the entry.  Remember to leave a space between …chrome.exe and –incognito
  3. Click Ok

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2 Responses to Make Google Chrome Always Open In Incognito Mode

  1. Tim - June 8, 2011 at 10:04 pm #

    Oh, the ole’ Incognito mode.  One only wonders who and why people use it.  I think a lot of us can guess why.

  2. Bluetooth Monster June 17, 2011 at 5:55 am #

    Google seems to make everything, a google car to be tracked on google maps.

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