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How to turn off inprivate browsing for google chrome

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Hi Trisha,
I have this link for you to turn off inprivate browsing for google chrome also for other browser such as explorer and mozilla. Hope it helps.
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Posted on Apr 24, 2014

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SOURCE: google chrome the application failed to initialize properly ( 0X0

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Read the below document by Google :-

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One more option, that might work - Reinstall Google Chrome.

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Posted on Nov 05, 2010

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SOURCE: google chrome can't browse any sort of page there

There are many things that we need to consider regarding the issue. Let's just hope that it's not virus related.

Try the ff:
- Close Google Chrome.
- Go to Start> Control panel> Click Internet options (make sure you select Classic View on the left side). It's going to open Internet Properties. Go to Connections Tab> select LAN settings > uncheck Use Proxy Server or just check Automatically detect settings and then hit OK.

Then try opening Chrome to see if it works.

You can also try using Firefox to see if it's also happening there. If it does, then check your internet connection because it's not a Browser issue and it could be something else.

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SOURCE: i cant browse using google

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Hope this helps!

Posted on Mar 27, 2011

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I will like to share some tips about safe browsing through google chrome. Most of the people like google chrome for their daily web surfing. To stay secure we should do some settings and install some extension in chrome to have safe surfing.
1) Install an Ad blocker - it helps to block unnecessary ad on you surfing page which annoys you while reading article
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Sometimes many of you might have frustrated with the auto complete future as it gives complete website address when you type some part of the website if it was visited already.Even if you try to delete browsing history it will remain in most of the cases.


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Go to Content tab and Click on settings tab under Auto complete
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Turn off inprivate browsing for google


Open new window, it should be not private now

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InPrivate browsing want let me watch netflix how i turn it off


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To block ads in Internet Explorer:
> If you haven’t already, upgrade to version 8.
> While browsing, click Safety > InPrivate Browsing (CTRL+SHIFT+P.)
> You will be notified InPrivate browsing is running.


2) Mozilla Firefox
To block ads in Mozilla Firefox:
> Download AdBlock Plus.


3) Google Chrome
To block ads in Google Chrome:
> Go to the AdSweep site.


4) Safari
To block ads in Safari:
> Download Safari AdBlock.
> Install the software and enjoy ad-free web browsing

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You can simply close all in-private browser windows. When you launch the Internet Explorer application it should be in normal browsing mode.
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Yes, Google chrome has many problems with windows os. Try to use inprivate seesions whenever you use google chrome. This will ensure that when you exit from chrome it will delete all the cookies, temp data, history etc.

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Click "Safety" on the Command bar
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Click "Safety" on the Command bar
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Then close and restart your browser and try again.

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