Asked by: cmhm-ga
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04 Dec 2003 11:13 PST
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Question ID: 283523
How do I delete specific queries from the pop-down menu on the initial Google search screen. For example, whenever I type ", all the other queries I've made that began with " pop down. I would like to eliminate one or more of those from that pop-down list.
Re: Search queries
Answered By: robertskelton-ga on 04 Dec 2003 14:56 PST
Hi there, You can delete individual entries by scrolling down the list (using your mouse wheel or the down arrow key) and pressing the delete key on your keyboard. It is possible to remove all of them, and to stop them from appearing again, but it will affect every form field on every web page you visit. You can't stop it happening just on the Google page. To do it in Internet Explorer: Go to Tools --> Internet Options --> Content Click on AutoComplete - Remove the tick alongside forms to stop IE from remembering the entries - Click on Clear Forms to remove all the previous entries If you are using a different browser, let me know in a clarification and I'll explain how to do it. Best wishes, robertskelton-ga
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