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Removing the auto history in my search bar


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badmonur

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Whenever i go to search for somthing I get a history of what I searched before, How would I be able to remove this. :whistling:

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Hey there badmonur, you can get rid of this by clearing history.

When "IE" is open, goto:
> Tools (On menu bar)
> Internet Options
> Under the "General" Tab click "Clear History"

This will clear the entries in your address bar, here is also I great program you could try using that clears your history and other windows temp files:

http://www.ccleaner.com/download/

If you need any more info. just let me know. Cool :whistling:
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gerryf

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On the Tools menu, click Internet Options.


1.Click the General tab.

Click Clear History, and then click OK.



2. Click the Advanced tab.

Under Browsing, uncheck the Use inline AutoComplete for Web addresses check box, and then click OK.


3. Click the Content tab.

Click AutoComplete.

Uncheck all the appropriate AutoComplete check boxes

Click OK, and then click OK.

Shut down IE
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thx guys, it worked like a dream!
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