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  1. #1
    Kwakers
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    Default Google Search engine remembers typed in requests

    I know its supposed to but the list gets pretty long, I use IE 5.5, I have deleted the cookies, deleted the temp internet files, set the security to not allow cookies to be stored on the computer, went into DOS deleted the index in the cookie directory, the only way I clear them is to log in as a different user (windows logon). anyone know of an overlooked reason for this??

  2. #2
    athlonboy
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    Default Re: Google Search engine remembers typed in requests


  3. #3
    wotz
    Guest

    Default Re: Google Search engine remembers typed in requests

    What do you have in there that you want gone???

  4. #4
    Kwakers
    Guest

    Default Re: Google Search engine remembers typed in requests

    Not what I think you think, just annoying that when you started typing a big dropdown appeared. but thanks to Athlonboy for that tip

  5. #5
    NathanTheKind
    Guest

    Default Re: Google Search engine remembers typed in requests

    to clear out your autocomplete do the following

    go to internet options
    Content
    AutoComplete...
    Click clear forms

    This will clear the list and start again
    If you want to make it so that it doesn't keep doing it untick the boxes


  6. #6
    Graham L
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    Default Re: Google Search engine remembers typed in requests

    I don't think that it's google doing the "remembering". It's your end.

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