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Marshall212

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I've recently downloaded FireFox browser, which I really like; however every search engine I go to is keeping a record of what I search. At first it didn't bother me, but now I've done so many searchs that every time I type in a letter, I get a very long list of all the words it starts with that I searched. I literally have twenty words pop up when I hit a, k, s, and t. Is there any way I can remove this feature or I'am I stuff with this irritating problem. Thanks.

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Hey there Marshall212. Yes there is a way to stop this from keep happening.

When in Firefox goto:
> "Tools"
> "Options..."
> "Privacy" (On the left side menu)
> Click on "Saved Form Information"
> Unselect the check box
> The click "Clear"

Ok, now every time you put in some information in a search field it will not save the information typed. By pressing the "Clear" it just cleaned your previous searches.

I hope this worked let me know. Cool :whistling:
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Hello spike_hacker_inc,

Yes it worked rather nicely.....Thank you so much for the help.

Marshall212 :whistling:
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