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Google Chrome Browser: How to Disable Incognito Mode

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Let’s say Google Chrome is the web browser application most commonly used. The Windows, MacOS, Linux, Android and iOS Web browser is available. Chrome offers more features and options than other web browsers.

You may know that your web browser is called the ‘Incognito Mode’ if you’ve been using Chrome for a while. Chrome incognito mode is Google’s private browser deployment.

Enable Incognito mode is really simple – open your browser, click on three points and select the ‘New Incognito’ window. Chrome will not save the history of your browsing, cookies, site data and information entered in Incognito mode forms.

Well, the mode Incognito is useful. However, parents might be concerned because it could enable kids to view inappropriate materials on the Internet such as adult content, limited content, etc. So, if you have children at home, the Incognito mode should be disabled completely.

Method to Disable Incognito Mode on Google Chrome Browser

As there is no direct option to disabling Incognito mode for Chrome, we need to modify the Windows registry file. Follow a few steps below to disable Windows 10 Incognito mode.

Step 1. Firstly, open your PC’s Start menu and seek the ‘regedit’ option.

Step 2. Open the list application for the Registry Editor.

Step 3. On the Registry Editor, navigate to the path – HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SOFTWARE > Policies.

Step 4. Now right click on the Policies and select New > Key.

Step 5. Name the new key Google.

Step 6. Right click on the ‘Google’ key and select New > Key.

Step 7. Name the new key ‘Chrome‘.

Step 8. Right-click on the Chrome key and select New > DWORD 32-bit Value

Step 9. Name the vale ‘IncognitoModeAvailability’

Step 10. Double click on the ‘IncognitoModeAvailability’. A box will appear, there you need to set the value data to ‘1’ and hit the ‘Ok’ button.

Step 11. Now restart the Chrome browser. After the restart, you won’t get the ‘New Incognito Window’ button on the browser.

This is it! To restore the changes you have created in steps 4 and 7, remove the ‘Google’ and ‘Chrome” key.

So, this article is about how to deactivate Chrome Browser Incognito Mode. I hope you’ve been helped by this article! Share it also with your friends, please. Let us know in the following comments box if you have any doubts.

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