If you use Microsoft Edge as your preferred browser, you may have noticed that some extensions do not work in InPrivate mode. However, there is a way to enable extensions for InPrivate mode. Here’s how:
Step 1: Open Edge Settings
Click on the three dots located on the upper right-hand corner of your Edge browser. Then, select “Settings” from the drop-down menu.
Step 2: Open Edge Extensions
On the left-hand menu, click on “Extensions”.
Step 3: Allow Extensions in InPrivate Mode
Scroll down to the bottom of the page and toggle on the “Allow extensions in InPrivate” option.
Step 4: Choose Which Extensions to Allow
After enabling the option, you can choose which extensions you want to allow in InPrivate mode. Simply click on the “Allow” button next to the extension you want to enable.
Step 5: Enjoy Your Extensions in InPrivate Mode
Once you have allowed your preferred extensions, you can now use them in InPrivate mode.
Q: Can I enable all extensions for InPrivate mode?
A: Yes, you can enable all extensions for InPrivate mode by toggling on the “Allow extensions in InPrivate” option.
Q: Will enabling extensions in InPrivate mode affect my browser’s performance?
A: It may slightly affect your browser’s performance, but it should not be significant.
Q: Can I disable an extension in InPrivate mode?
A: Yes, you can disable an extension in InPrivate mode by clicking on the “Disable” button next to the extension you want to disable.
Q: How do I know if an extension is enabled in InPrivate mode?
A: When an extension is enabled in InPrivate mode, you will see a blue eye icon next to the extension name in the Edge Extensions menu.
Q: Can I enable extensions in InPrivate mode on other browsers?
A: The process may vary depending on the browser. Please refer to the browser’s documentation for more information.