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blrjohn07

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gusy...good morning!

I got a silly prob..i knew this things but i forgot..can you guys help me out ???

when i typed something in google..automatically i got history text..i want to delete all..just check it out my below pic..they way history IE showing me..i don't want that..

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Oh yah...i m using IE6

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John

Edited by blrjohn07, 27 February 2008 - 08:34 PM.

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Hello, and welcome to Geeks To Go.
This happens because autocomplete is on.
While I.E. is open,
  • Select Tools.
  • Select Internet Options.
  • Select Content.
  • Select Autocomplete.
  • Uncheck the boxes that you do not want autocomplete to perform.

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Hello, and welcome to Geeks To Go.
This happens because autocomplete is on.
While I.E. is open,

  • Select Tools.
  • Select Internet Options.
  • Select Content.
  • Select Autocomplete.
  • Uncheck the boxes that you do not want autocomplete to perform.


wow ..wonderful..many thanks my dude....prob is solved now..
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You could also sign up for one of Google's new testing options here. In that way it would suggest keywords - if that was your choice - instead of history.
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