A private browser window can be used to log into a website such as office.com (the Office 365 system) without the browser picking up a different account.
If you are having difficulty singing in to Office 365 with another account (such as your student account if you are logged into the PC with a staff account, or you have a second Office 365 account) for example, the private browser window will ignore any other account details. Another option is to use a browser for each account, eg Chrome for your Derby account and Edge for your other account.
The browsers below are supported by IT Services, for assistance with other browsers, please refer to the publishers website. Please ensure you are using the latest version of your browser.
Please select your browser below for instructions on how to use private browsing mode.
Note: Internet Explorer and the older version of Edge is no longer supported by most applications.
In the top right of the screen select the three vertical dots and select New incognito window.
Select the three lines in the top right and select New private window.
Select the the three vertical dots in the top right and select New InPrivate window.
When in the Safari app on your Mac, choose File > New Private Window.