Google Chrome has a stealth mode, which is called either incognito or private browsing mode, that allows you to surf the web with privacy, but it may not be the kind of privacy you’re thinking of.
Chrome’s incognito mode keeps all your surfing private on the computer you are using, but it won’t prevent web sites, or other Internet monitoring from tracking where you go and what you do. This limits incognito to keeping your browsing sessions private on family home computers, public, friend’s, or work computers, except workplace monitoring isn’t limited to just the machine, but also monitors usage on the gateway to the Internet side of the network as well.
There are two ways to open and activate incognito mode. either use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Shift+N, or click the wrench in the top right of the Chrome window, then left click New incognito window.
You can also right-click any link and select Open link in incognito window.