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How to start an In-Private session in Windows 8.

InPrivate Browsing enables you to surf the web without leaving a trail in Internet Explorer. This helps prevent anyone else who might be using your computer from seeing where you visited and what you looked at on the web. Helpful if you're looking for Birthday or Christmas gift ideas.
When you start InPrivate Browsing, Internet Explorer opens a new browser window. The protection that InPrivate Browsing provides is only in effect during the time that you use that window. You can open as many tabs as you want in that window, and they will all be protected by InPrivate Browsing. However, if you open another browser window, that window will not be protected by InPrivate Browsing. To end your InPrivate Browsing session, close the browser window.
While you are surfing using InPrivate Browsing, Internet Explorer stores some information, like cookies and temporary Internet files, so that the webpages you visit will work correctly. However, at the end of your InPrivate Browsing session, this information is discarded.
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Start the IE10 metro style app on the Start Screen.
With a mouse:
Right click on an empty area to show the tabs bar.

With a Touch screen:
Swipe down from the top of the screen to show the tabs bar.
Click on the tab tools button (the circle with the 3 dots).

Select New InPrivate tab.
That's it, an 'In-Private' session is now running.
Start IE10 on the desktop.
From the Tools Menu at the top of IE10
select 'InPrivate Browsing'.

Or hold the 'Ctrl' and 'Shift' keys down,
then press the 'P' key.
A new browser window will open with the In-Private browsing session active.
There are a few other ways of starting an In-Private session, simply do it the way that works best for you.