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andavidge
07-10-2005, 12:55 AM
andavidge Wrote:
> Hi,
> I have a query which Im hoping someone could help me with.
> I have internet explorer on XP. When I go on a website like google and
> place the curser in the search box, a list scrolls down showing all the
> things I have searched for before. Since it is a company computer and
> many people use it I would like to stop this from happening. Anyone
> know how?
> Cheers, Dan

Please can someone help....


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Copperti
07-10-2005, 01:01 AM
hope this helps:

TURNING OFF AUTOCOMPLETE COMPLETELY
If you don't like seeing your user names, passwords, and other
information sitting in drop-down windows, tell Windows to stop by doing
this:


- Open Internet Explorer.
- Choose Internet Options from the Tools menu.
- Click the Content tab.
- Click the AutoComplete button.
- Click to remove checkmarks from these items:


- Web addresses
- Forms
- User names and passwords on forms
- Prompt me to save passwords

- Click the Clear Forms button.
- Click the Clear Passwords button.
- Click OK.
*Deleting old entries from the Search Companion*

But you're not through yet. Windows XP's Search Companion also
includes an AutoComplete feature, so it can remember every file and
phrase you've searched for. Here's how to turn it off, as well:


- Choose Search from the Start menu.
- Choose Change Preferences.
- Choose Turn AutoComplete off.


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