How To Enable Adblock in Chrome Incognito Mode (Private Browsing)

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By default Google Chrome disables your extensions for Incognito windows. This is in general a good practice since extensions can collect and store private data. However, it can be particularly irritating to not have an ad blocker enabled. Full-screen popups, flashing banner ads, "fake" links littered throughout a text document, and other horrors.

Luckily, you can quickly enable your extensions in Incognito mode by going to Tools -> Extensions from the menu button and clicking the "Allow in incognito" checkbox next to the extensions you want:

uBlock, AdBlock, and AdBlock Plus can be enabled for Incognito mode in this way.
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Michael A. Seel   Mar 26, 2015
The option is grayed out
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