InPrivate browsing is a feature in Internet Explorer 10, which if turned on, will not let IE to store any data from your browsing session. This data is temporary internet files, browsing history, cookies, etc. which is usually stored by the Internet Explorer. Also, by default, when InPrivate browsing is turned on, extensions, cookies and toolbars will be disabled. It is useful when you are want extra privacy while you are logging in to your bank site or if you are doing any online transaction by using you credit card.
To turn on InPrivate browsing to protect privacy in Internet Explorer 10, open a fresh IE window and press Ctrl + Shift + P.
Now, type the address of the URL in the address bar as you do normally in the same tab and open any site. You can see in the below image that InPrivate is displayed at the left side of address bar:
When, you want to turn off the InPrivate browsing, simply close this window.