Incognito mode is the way of navigation with which you can navigate on the Internet without leaving any evidence. Also, this means that the pages you visit, and whose history is recorded according to the rule, will not be there. However, if seen, there are some other ways to access this information. Let's find out about them today.
With Chrome Extension
If you browse in Google Chrome, and there are some options to save history temporarily. You can install the extension mentioned here: Beyond the record, you can download them from here. With the help of this tool, you can access any closed tab as long as your browsing session is open. Once the browser is completely closed, the list of pages visited in Incognito mode disappears.
Windows DNS Record
If you use the Windows operating system, you can access the entire DNS record of activity on the Internet with or without Incognito mode. For this, you have to go to the Run menu.
To open it, you have to type "Run" in the search bar to the right of the Windows symbol. You can also access it with the help of Windows + R command. A pop-up window will open immediately, here you can type the name of the Windows program or resource you are looking for. Then you have to enter cmd as shown below and then press OK.
Immediately, the black screen of the executable menu will appear. Here you have to type ipconfig / displaydns. After this, the enter button has to be pressed. At this time, a list of the history of the pages viewed on the Internet will start appearing on the same screen.
If you want to delete it, you can write ipconfig / flushdns on the same black screen and then press enter, so that it disappears.
The IP you are browsing from has also been registered. Therefore, it is important to note that even if you are browsing in incognito mode, a record of the visited pages will also be present.
Other Important information about Incognito Mode
Incognito mode has a function of feature: it detects many web pages in which you go through this method. And prevents or blocks you from accessing their contents in whole or in part. By the way, if you use Google Chrome, there is a way that the server cannot detect that you are browsing Incognito. For this, you have to install this flag: chrome: // flags / # enable-filesystem-in-incognito. You will get full details about how to do this.
However, if you are unable to understand how this incognito mode works, we suggest you read this article 'How to navigate incognito in Google Chrome'.