How to disable Microsoft Edge InPrivate browsing on Windows 10

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You can disable InPrivate browsing on Microsoft Edge to make sure you can keep an eye on web activities on a shared PC, or if it's a requirement in your corporate network.
On Windows 10, Microsoft Edge (like in most browsers) caches online data, such as history, cookies, and internet files to speed up the experience and other purposes. However, because this data can also expose user activities (e.g., online history and search queries), the browser also provides the InPrivate experience to keep users data private.
When using an InPrivate tab, your browsing data is not stored on the device, which in terms helps you to cover your tracks. Though it's a useful feature, it may not be something suited for all environments. For example, if your company has a strict online policy, or you want to prevent users from accessing the experience to track online activities on a shared PC.
If you must disable InPrivate on Edge in your local or corporate network, you can do this in at least two different ways using the Local Group Policy Editor and the Registry.

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