IE8 was just released today. Check out the list of new features.
One feature that caught my eye:
Browse the web without saving your history with Internet Explorer 8’s InPrivate Browsing. Now you can shop for that special gift with confidence knowing your family won’t accidentally find out or use a shared computer without leaving a trace.
Did anybody else laugh out loud when they read the description of this new feature?
Come on, we aren’t that stupid.
Everybody knows what this feature is really for–And it ticks me off that Microsoft is pandering to that kind of destructive behavior.
By the way, those who use accountability software such as Covenant Eyes or X3Watch, don’t need to be concerned–These programs are alot deeper in the computer system, and as such, won’t be affected by this new IE mode.
4 thoughts on “Internet Explorer 8: InPrivate Browsing”
More and more people are catching on to the need for accountability on the Internet: http://www.covenanteyes.com/blog/2008/12/30/youth-ministers-find-accountability-online/
You know what they say… The Internet is for Porn
People shouldn’t do things they’re ashamed of.
Internet Explorer 8 is as stable as Opera and Firefox. it does not crash a lot like IE7.
Internet Explorer 8 is really good. This browser is very very stable and i have been using it for quite a while without blue screens or crashes.