Internet Explorer 8 - Enable or Disable InPrivate Filtering Data

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How to Enable or Disable InPrivate Filtering Data in Internet Explorer 8
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This will show you how to enable or disable InPrivate Filtering Data in Vista Internet Explorer 8.
How to Enable or Disable InPrivate Filtering Data in Internet Explorer 8

information   Information
InPrivate Filtering Data is saved data used by InPrivate Filtering to detect where websites may be automatically sharing details about your visit. This will show you how to enable or disable InPrivate Filtering Data in Vista Internet Explorer 8.
Note   Note
InPrivate Filtering helps you control whether third parties can automatically collect information about your web browsing based on the sites you visit. InPrivate Filtering does this by identifying third-party content that is used by multiple websites you visit. Some website content might not be displayed unless you choose to allow these third-party websites.
warning   Warning
To make sure this is not enabled by someone (ex: a child), put them on a Standard user account and enabled Parental Controls for that Standard account. Inprivate Browsing cannot be enabled in a Standard user account with Parental Controls enabled for it.
Tip   Tip
For more information about Internet Explorer 8 and how to download it, see: Windows Internet Explorer 8: Home page



Here's How:
1. Open Internet Explorer 8.​
A) Click on Tools (Menu Bar or Command Bar icon button)​
B) Go to step 3.​

OR
2. Open the Control Panel (Classic View).​
3. Click on Internet Options.​
4. Click on the Privacy tab. (See screenshot below step 7)​
5. To Enable InPrivate Filtering Data
A) Check the Do not collect data for use by InPrivate Filtering box.​
B) Go to step 7.​

6. To Disable InPrivate Filtering Data
A) Uncheck the Do not collect data for use by InPrivate Filtering box.​

7. Click on OK.​
Internet_Options.jpg

That's it,
Shawn




 

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