+1 to tor, the only drawback - it makes browsing way too slow, and that's because how it works (bouncing packets through multiple randomly selected nodes within tor network, before delivering it to the destination host).

Another word of caution: nothing can "guarantee" anonymity on internet, not even tor. Tor's own information pages describe it best.


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you can also use chrome's incognito window (Ctrl+Shift+N)
Incognito window or Private browsing in firefox do not make you anonymous on the internet, they just don't store your browsing history on 'your' computer. Read this note in the incognito window -"Going incognito doesn't affect the behavior of other people, servers, or software...." and the remaining stuff below that note.