Posted on : 08-12-2009 | By : Cool Geex | In : Apple, Mac Leopard, Script Editor, Windows
I’m Using Mozilla FireFox as my default web browser But I like using Chrome for Private Browsing.
Google Chrome doesn’t provide an option to load Incognito by default so I created one.
If you’re using windows
- Place a Google Chrome shortcut on the desktop.
- Rename the shortcut to Incognito.
- Right click on the shortcut and select ‘Properties’.
- On the ‘Target’ field add an –incognito to the end of program path. (Note: Make sure there is a space between the last apostrophe and the dash)
- Your incognito browser is now ready for launch.
If you’re using Mac
1.Set google.com as your home page
2.Open Apple Script Editor and copy paste that script:
tell application "Google Chrome" activate end tell tell application "System Events" tell process "Google Chrome" tell menu bar 1 tell menu bar item "File" tell menu "File" click menu item "New Incognito Window" end tell end tell tell menu bar item "Window" tell menu "Window" click menu item "Google" end tell end tell tell menu bar item "File" tell menu "File" click menu item "Close Window" end tell end tell end tell end tell end tell
3. Compile and Save, You’re done.
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