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How to Use Incognito or Private Browsing?

Google Chrome calls it incognito mode. Other browsers call it private browsing. But this will let you browse the web without saving cache and cookies and browsing history.

 

   Google Chrome Browser:

To use incognito (or private browsing) in Google Chrome, you can do either of the (2) two options below:

 

First Option: Press Control + Shift + N altogether on your keyboard.

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Second Option:

  • Click the three dots on the upper right corner of your screen then select ‘New Incognito window’.
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  • A new incognito window that can be recognized by the dark background and the stylized ‘spy’ icon will pop up. Then, you can go to our website www.360training.com or type lms.360training.com on the URL bar to log in to your account and access your course.
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   Mozilla Firefox Browser:

To use private browsing in Mozilla Firefox browser, you can do either of the (2) two options below:

 

First Option: Press Control + Shift + P altogether on your keyboard.

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Second Option:

  • Click the three short horizontal lines on the upper right corner of your screen then select 'New Private Window'.
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  • A private session window that is marked by the purple ‘mask’ icon at the right of the title bar will pop up. Then, you can go to our website www.360training.com or type lms.360training.com on the URL bar to log in to your account and access your course.
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   Internet Explorer Browser:

To use a private browsing in Internet Explorer browser, you can do either of the (2) two options below:

 

First Option: Press Control + Shift + P altogether on your keyboard.

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Second Option:

  • Click the 'gear' icon located at the top right corner of your screen. Then click on 'Safety' and then click on 'InPrivate Browsing'.
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  • A new window with 'InPrivate' indicator to the left of the address bar will pop up. Then, you can go to our website www.360training.com or type lms.360training.com on the URL bar to log in to your account and access your course.
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   Microsoft Edge Browser:

To use a private browsing in Microsoft Edge browser, you can do either of the (2) two options below:

 

First Option: Press Control + Shift + N altogether on your keyboard.

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Second Option:

  • Click the 'three dots arranged horizontally' on the upper right corner of your screen then select 'New InPrivate window'.
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  • A private session window that has a blue-colored oval marked 'In Private' to the right of the address bar combined with a full-black screen will pop up. Then, you can go to our website www.360training.com or type lms.360training.com on the URL bar to log in to your account and access your course.
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