You can browse the web privately in Incognito mode.
You can open a new Incognito window by
Using the keyboard shortcut Command-Shift-N
From the Command Bar (Command-T) by typing “New Incognito Window”
By going to File > New Incognito Window in the Mac Menu Bar.
What happens when you browse in an Incognito window
Your Spaces, Pinned Tabs and Favorite Tabs are not available in an Incognito window. You cannot create Incognito window Spaces, Pinned Tabs or Favorited Tabs.
You cannot access your Archive or Boosts from the Incognito window Library, however you can access Media, Downloads, Easels and Notes.
Incognito sessions don't retain browsing history, cookies and site data, or information entered in forms.
Improved search suggestions are turned off
While in Incognito, sites can't use your cookies to see your browsing activity across different sites, for example, to personalize ads. Features on some sites may not work.
You can enable extensions in Incognito by navigating to arc://extensions, clicking 'Details' for the extension and toggling on 'Allow in Incognito'.
Your activity isn’t hidden from websites you go to, your employer or school, or your internet service provider.