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    Activating the In-Private Browsing in Internet Explorer in Asus notebook?

    How can I turn on In-Private Browsing in Internet Explorer in Asus notebook? What are the steps for doing it?



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    expert Array
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    Re: Activating the In-Private Browsing in Internet Explorer in Asus notebook?

    Perform the steps below to turn on In-Private Browsing in Internet Explorer in Asus notebook
    • First of all open Internet Explorer from start screen
    • Then tap on the Safety button. Then you need to select ‘InPrivate Browsing’
    • Or else tap open a new page. Choose the option ‘Open an InPrivate Browsing window’
    • Or else press on Ctrl+Shift+P

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    Aniruddha Array
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    Re: Activating the In-Private Browsing in Internet Explorer in Asus notebook?

    Hi,
    First what is the procedure of inprivate browsing,

    Open "Internet Explorer",
    Select "Tools",
    Select "InPrivate Brousing",
    Click and run.
    Now, why is InPrivate Browsing used ?
    InPrivate Browsing helps prevent "Internet Explorer" from storing data about your browsing session.
    Cookies, temporary Internet files, history, and other dataes are not stored for future reference.
    Toolbars and extensions are disabled by default so that skeleton assistance are received but security is prime here.

    Thank you.

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    Re: Activating the In-Private Browsing in Internet Explorer in Asus notebook?

    My initial thought is that there may be some form of interference with the wireless signal. Granted the old laptop and phone are connecting.

    However, as you have stated, the netbook and new laptop have the Atheros adapter.

    As both of these devices are failing to connect properly, they may be a little less powerful.

    When you stated the moving the computers closer to the router helped with connectivity, it seems interference may be the issue.

    Other things that could interfere are other wireless routers in the area. Do you live in an apartment complex?

    Are there any other routers available when you attempt to connect to yours?

    I suggest turning off all computers attempting to connect to your wireless network, then moving the new laptop within a few feet of the router to see if there is an improvement in connection.

    You can test for a corrupt profile also. Here's how:

    http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/W...d-user-profile

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    Re: Activating the In-Private Browsing in Internet Explorer in Asus notebook?

    Hiiii,
    If you are using Internet explorer 8,Then follow these steps:
    there are two methods by which you can turn on In private browsing
    Method 1simple method)
    ►Open Internet Explorer and
    ►Right Click on Internet Explorer Icon in Taskbar and Click on Start Inprivate Browsing
    Method 2:
    ►Open Internet Explorer and Click on Tools in menu bar and
    ►click on Inprivate Browsing.
    Thank You

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    Re: Activating the In-Private Browsing in Internet Explorer in Asus notebook?

    Activating the In-Private Browsing in Internet Explorer in Asus notebook:

    First open the window start and select the Internet Explorer on notebook.Once it open it you have to move the Tool option in it and select the Safety option OK.Now tap the Private Browsing option and move out from the settings .Now you can enjoy your browsing in private mode OK.

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