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Automatically Open Specific Websites in Incognito Mode

You may have several reasons to stop browser from storing your browsing activities on your computer. Private browsing mode (In Chrome, it is Incognito Mode) of browser helps you in that. Wish you could open some websites always in Private browsing mode without any extra effort? Here is how you can do that in Google Chrome with Ghost Incognito extension.

Ghost Incognito extension allows you create filter for websites and lets you automatically open them in an Incognito window. When navigating to a listed domain, the tab will open in a new incognito window.

To add a website (domain name) in the filter list, navigate to a site you want to view in Incognito mode, then click on the ghost icon to the right of the address bar

 To remove a specific domain, first allow the Ghost incognito extension to run in incognito windows (Tools - Extensions), then click the Ghost icon on an open tab.

 This extension always makes sure that some domains open only in incognito mode and protect your privacy.

You can install Ghost Incognito from Chrome Web Store


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