Do you want to surf on Facebook but you do not want to tell your friends that you’re online? Would you like to give a little look to the latest status of your friends without leaving a trace of your visit to Facebook on your PC? No problem, you’re on the right article.

All you need to do is take a few minutes of free time and read the tips I’m about to give you.

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If you’re interested to find out how to navigate on Facebook without being seen because you do not want your friends to know that you’re online , you must disable the automatic connection to the chat of the social network . It is extremely simple to do.

All you need to do is to log in to Facebook, click the gear icon located in the lower right ( in the sidebar ) and select Turn off chat from Turn-off-facebook-chatthe menu that appears. In this way, you can surf Facebook without others to see you.

The same result can be obtained also on smartphones, using the official Facebook app for iPhone or Android . Just type on the icon located at the top right side of the screeb, then click on the gear-shaped and select Turn off chat from the menu that pops up.

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Other steps that you must take to surf Facebook without being seen is not to comment, click “like” or post to pages of friends and use applications/services related to your account. For example , Spotify automatically publish the songs you listen to on your own timeline. If you want to disable this feature and not to tell your Facebook friends that you’re connected to the Internet , click on your photo placed in the upper right of the main program window and select the item Private Session from the menu. In this way, no one will detect your online activities or know the songs you’re listening to.

If you do not want to leave traces of your ” raids ” on Facebook even on the PC, you can take advantage of including the incognito mode in Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer to prevent that the address of the social network appears in the history of recently visited sites .

If you use Google Chrome, you can turn the incognito mode by clicking the menu button located at the top right and selecting New incognito window from the menu that appears. On Firefox, you have to click on the orange Firefox button that is located on top of the window and select New anonymous Window from the menu that pops up, whereas if you use Internet Explorer you must call option InPrivate browsing from the Security menu of the browser.

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