We should all be thankful to Microsoft for the gift of Edge Chromium. Because this web browser brings up a lot of good services from the chromium-based web browser fans. Even if you are using Chrome or Firefox, you are allowed to sync up all your data onto Edge. As for the add-ons available inside the Chrome & Mozilla Store, they can also be acquired through this product.
If we talk about private browsing, there are some track blockers installed in Edge Chromium. But when you are the solemn user of a PC or Laptop, then you would never want to delete its browsing history, cookies, and even want to save bookmarks for your convenience. But if the InPrivate Browsing is enabled, your web browser doesn’t keep such records. So to help you get rid of this facility, I’ve drafted a guide. I’ll tell you How To Disable InPrivate Browsing in Microsoft Edge Chromium. This way, you’ll be allowed to keep a track of your browsing history as well as save cookies.
How Do I Disable InPrivate Browsing in Microsoft Edge Chromium?
- Click once on the Search bar and use the keyword CMD to open Command Prompt with administrator privileges.
- Execute the following command in the CMD interface:
- REG ADD HKLM\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Edge /v InPrivateModeAvailability /t REG_DWORD /d 1
- After getting the “The operation completed successfully” notification, close Command prompt.
- Now launch Microsoft Edge Chromium click once on the three-dotted button.
- From there, you’ll see the “New InPrivate window” option grayed-out.
In case, you are willing to Enable InPrivate Browsing in Microsoft Edge Chromium, you just do that by changing the step 2 from the above guide. Rather than executing the above-provided command in CMD, “REG DELETE HKLM\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Edge /v InPrivateModeAvailability /f”. This will re-enable the same feature and you’ll be allowed to use Edge Chromium without keeping a record of your online activities.
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