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1) like IE has private browsing, is there such options in ff/chrome?
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Yes, on the Firefox File menu is New Private Window.  Chrome has New incognito Window on it's menu.
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Yes Chorme has something called Incognito.

To open a tab in Incognito click the menu option in the top left corner in chrome abd select open new Incognito tab.
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Here is the incognito option in Chrome

incognitochrome
Here is the Private browsing option in Firefox

Private Browsing FF
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