People choose to surf the web privately for many reasons. Some want to protect their privacy on shared or borrowed devices, or exclude certain activities from your browsing history. In situations like political oppression or domestic abuse, people may have important safety reasons to hide their activity on the web and use private browsing features.
Chrome Incognito mode is based on the principle that you should have the option to surf the web privately. In late July, Chrome will remedy a flaw that allowed the sites to detect people browsing in incognito mode.
Today, some sites use this unintentional failure to detect when people are browsing in Incognito mode. API File System is disabled in Chrome incognito mode to avoid leaving traces of activity on the device in use. Sites can check availability API File System and, if they receive an error message, determine what is happening a private session and give the user a different experience.
With the release of Chrome 76 scheduled for July 30, the behavior of the API File System will be modified to remedy this detection method incognito. Chrome also work to remedy any other current or future detection means Incógnito mode.