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How To Be Anonymous Online

You want to hide your browsing from Big Tech and the government but you’re not sure what private browsing solution can really do that.

A lot of new solutions claim that you can be “private and secure” if you use a VPN, Tor or a private search engine but they also show you how to clear your browsing history and cookies from the browser.

If you have to clear your cookies or browsing history from your computer, you are NOT HIDING your browsing from Big Tech.

In order to hide your browsing from Big Tech and the government, you need to hide the laptop or PC that is actually doing the browsing, or USE someone else’s computer!

A VPN, Tor or private browser do NOT keep you anonymous online because YOUR COMPUTER is actually doing the browsing.

Sure you could go the public library or an Internet cafe and use their computer to browse but that isn’t really convenient.

Now there is an easy way to hide your browsing using your own laptop or PC without leaving your home, it is done with a remote browser.

A remote browser lets you browse the Web and use someone else’s computer (called a server).

Your keyboard and mouse remotely control that computer and the browsing session is streamed to your monitor. It’s like watching TV or a movie on Netflix.

A website cannot identify you. Your Internet provider can’t tell what sites you visited and EVERY search you make is private.

There is no browsing history or cookies to delete. This private browsing also keeps your computer from ever getting a virus either!

A remote browser like TraceFree is the best private browser because you are completely anonymous online and always virus free.

Think of it like driving a rental car. All of Big Tech’s cameras still scan your license plate but they cannot tell that it is you or your computer that is actually doing the browsing.

This is how you can browse anonymously!

Watch how to be anonymous online.

TraceFree is now available for Windows OS. You can start a 7 Day Free Trial today!

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