Opera: Start private surfing - how it works
Every modern browser has a mode in which no surfing traces are stored - Opera is no exception. The feature is called "private browsing" and can be easily enabled in Opera.Private browsing in Opera takes place either in a new window or a new tab. When browsing privately, your browsing history is not saved. So you can visit pages you don't want to be visible in your history afterwards.
Opera: Start private browsing with three clicksYou can start the private mode with just three mouse clicks or especially quickly with a keyboard shortcut:
- Click the menu icon named "Opera" in the very top left corner of Opera.
- Select there "Windows and Tabs".
- Decide for "New private tab" or "New private window".
- Alternatively, use the key combination Control + Shift + N.