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Turn on or off Do Not Track Requests for IE in Windows 10

For security protection, it is recommended to turn on Do Not Track requests for IE so that your information won't be tracked when you visit sites in Internet Explorer. And this article illustrates how to make it on Windows 10 computer using the following two methods.

Video guide on how to turn on/off Do Not Track requests for IE in Windows 10:

2 ways to turn on Do Not Track requests for IE in Windows 10:

Way 1: Turn on Do Not Track requests in IE.

Step 1: Open Internet Explorer.

Step 2: Click the top-right Tools button (i.e. the gear icon), choose Safety and tap Turn on Do Not Track requests.

Step 3: Select Turn on.

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Way 2: Enable Do Not Track requests in Internet Options.

Step 1: Type internet option in the search box on taskbar and hit Internet Options in the result.

Step 2: Open Advanced, select Send Do Not Track requests to sites you visit in Internet Explorer and click OK.

Tip: Similarly, to turn off Do Not Track requests for IE, you can refer to the above two methods.

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