Open Edge links in pri­vate mode

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When you’re shop­ping for a sur­prise birth­day present or en­gag­ing in other furtive ac­tiv­i­ties, your browser’s pri­vate mode is a good way to stop your PC stor­ing ev­ery de­tail. Chrome and Firefox give you the use­ful op­tion of right-click­ing a link to open it in a pri­vate/incog­nito win­dow, but in Edge you have to open the pri­vate win­dow first, then copy and paste the con­fi­den­tial link into its ad­dress bar, which is a bit of has­sle. Now, a new Edge ex­ten­sion called Open­in­pri­vate ( bit.ly/open431) solves this prob­lem by let­ting you right-click a link and choose ‘Open as In­pri­vate’ so no one will know you vis­ited that page.

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