To activate Google Chrome’s incognito mode by default, you must add a command line option to its shortcut.
First, locate the shortcut you use to launch Google Chrome – either on your taskbar, desktop, Start menu.
Right click it and select “properties.” If you’re using a taskbar shortcut you’ll have to right-click the Google Chrome shortcut on your taskbar, right-click “Google Chrome” in the menu that appears, and then select “properties.”
Add incognito to the end of the text in the Target box. That’s a space, one dash, and then the word incognitio.
Click OK to save your changes after adding this option.
Google Chrome will now start in incognitio mode when you launch it from shortcut.
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