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While tracking protection prevents website operators from collecting information about you, InPrivate browsing prevents Internet Explorer itself from storing data about your Web surfing habits, including browsing history, temporary Internet files, usernames, passwords, and cookies. "InPrivate Browsing prevents Internet Explorer from storing data about your browsing session," Microsoft says. "This helps prevent anyone else who might be using your computer from seeing where you visited and what you looked at on the Web." InPrivate browsing has been around since IE8 but remains a key privacy tool for users in IE9.
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