Chrome’s Incognito Mode Is Not Available on Windows 10’s “Family Mode”

For obvious reasons, of course.

Windows 10 Family Mode

Microsoft has added a bunch of new features in their Family Mode onboard Windows 10. Giving the parents ability to monitor the online activity of kids’ is one of the key features of Family Mode.

Add kids to your family to help them stay safer online. Adults in the family can view reports of kids’ online activity, limit how long and when they use their devices, and help make sure they don’t see inappropriate websites, apps, or games. Manage family settings online at account.microsoft.com/family, and changes will be applied to any Windows 10 device the child signs in to. You can also add adults to your family who will also be able to apply settings to children in the family.

As you can imagine, the Incognito mode is an issue if you want to track all the online activity for users logging in using the Family Mode.

And that is why you cannot see the Incognito Mode on your computer. (If you reached this page looking for that option on a Family Mode computer. Now, I can’t help you if your parents found out that you searched for Incognito Mode from this computer)

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