How to display the current page in the private window of the Firefox browser

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The private browsing mode of web browsers is a very useful addition because it prevents a browser from recording your browsing history and prompts websites you visit not to follow you. We know the standard method of using this function in different browsers. However, the method does not only allow us to open a copy of the current page in a new private window. A simple extension for Firefox Browser – Open Page in Private Window can solve this problem.

Open page in private window Firefox extension

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Open page in private window is a Firefox extension that allows you to open a copy of the current page in a new private window. This feature is of immense importance, especially when you read articles from websites that limit the number of articles you can read per month.

Open Page in Private Window is a browser addon. After installation, the addon adds the phantom icon to the browser toolbar and also provides a context menu option.

You can use either option to open a copy of the current page in a private window.

Please note that this extension does not delete your navigation history and does not close the original tab. You can activate this extension via the context menu entry Open page in the private window or an optional button in the toolbar.

Some users do not prefer to use private browsing modes that offer web browsers like Firefox, Opera, Google Chrome. That’s because you’re the only person using the PC. In such cases, it may not be necessary to protect privacy through private browsing sessions.

However, the situation may be different when using public PCs, work PCs or other shared computer systems. In this case, it is always advisable to protect your privacy from the prying eyes of others or to avoid an undesirable incident by disclosing secret details or other confidential information.

Get the Firefox extension here.

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