Allow Google extensions in private windows

If you’re a Chrome user, then you’d be familiar with extensions – the little plug-ins that power your browser and make it even better to use.


But if you start a new private “incognito” window, you’d know they don’t work by default. To use extensions in private windows, head to the Settings page, then click on “extensions” on the left hand side. There, you’ll see a list of extensions, and you’ll be able to check which apps you want to work in the private “incognito” tabs.


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