When taking the AQ Assessment, we have found that participants have a better experience when using a Private/InPrivate/Incognito version of a browser.
Incognito or Private browsers do not save your history or other private data so it is important to complete the assessment in one uninterrupted session.
How to Turn on Incognito Mode in Google Chrome
- Select the Chrome Menu (three vertical dots) from the upper-right corner and then select New Incognito Window.
TIP: Alternatively, from the Chrome menu, select File>New Incognito Window. Or, press Ctrl+Shift+N (Windows) or Command+Shift+N (Mac).
How to Use InPrivate Browsing in Microsoft Edge
The Microsoft Edge browser in Windows 10 allows incognito browsing through the InPrivate Browsing function.
Open the Edge browser and select the More Actions menu (three dots). Select New InPrivate Window.
TIP: On a Windows computer, use the Ctrl+Shift+P keyboard shortcut to enter an InPrivate Browsing window quickly.
How to Turn on Private Browsing in Firefox
Incognito browsing in Mozilla Firefox is called Private Browsing mode. Here's how to activate the feature:
Select the Firefox Menu (three vertical lines), and then choose New Private Window.
TIP: To quickly open a Firefox Private Browsing window, press Shift+Command+P on a Mac or Control+Shift+P on a Windows PC.
How to Enter Incognito Browsing in Apple Safari
Safari is the default browser for macOS. Here's how to enter the Safari Private Browsing mode:
Open Safari on a Mac. From the menu bar, select File>New Private Window.
TIP: Press Shift+Command+N to quickly open a private browsing window.
How to Open a Private Window in Opera
The Opera web browser's incognito mode is called Private mode. Here's how it works:
Open Opera on a PC or Mac. From the menu bar, select File>New Private Window.
TIP: To quickly open a private window in Opera, press Ctrl+Shift+N on a Windows PC or Command+Shift+N on a Mac.