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Internet Explorer Auto Complete and Administrator Priveleges


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Lionprowler

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I have 2 issues that need resolving:

1) I cannot erase the Auto-Complete box that comes up everytime I try to search something in Google. When I type a letter, all of my previous queries come up in a scroll box underneath it. Is there a way to erase this and to make it not save the queries. This may be connected to my second problem.

2) I cannot edit my Internet Explorer options, it tells me that I do not have system administrator priveleges. The thing is, I am the administrator of my computer and do not understand why IE does not recognoize this.

Can you help me with this issue?
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