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Use AutoComplete

If you've visited a website, Internet Explorer remember your address. You can then use this information to automatically complete web addresses for you. To enable this feature, go to Internet Options, click the Content tab and click AutoComplete to save a lot of time and effort.

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how to clear history in adress bar


When you type Web addresses into your address bar, your computer stores a copy of them in your history. When you position your cursor within your address bar and press the down arrow key, you can see your previously visited Web pages. If you share your computer with other people, then you might not want your website history to be visible in your address bar. Luckily, you can delete website history from your address bar.

In Internet Explorer 7 Click "Tools." Click "Internet Options." Click the "General" tab. Click "Delete" next to "Browsing History." Click "Delete History" next to "Address Bar History." Click "Yes." Click "Close." Click "OK." In Internet Explorer 6 Click "Tools." Click "Internet Options." Click the "General" tab. Click "Clear History." Click "OK." In Mozilla Firefox 3 Click "Tools." Click "Options." Click "Privacy." Click "Clear Now." Check "Browsing History" beneath "Clear Private Data." Click "Clear Private Data Now." Click "OK."

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Mar 13, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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how to disable autocomplete in internet explorer 8


Hi vahiddhm, Thanks for sharing this tip for IE8. Another great feature of IE8 is the InPrivate Browsing feature. When users enter an InPrivate Browsing session they can surf the web without leaving a trail in Internet Explorer. This is handy if multiple people use the same computer. InPrivate Browsing can be started from the New Tab page or the Safety button. Thanks again for sharing this tip! Cheers, Cassandra IE Outreach Team

May 01, 2010 | Microsoft Internet Explorer 8

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cannot access a site although have put in browser, to acitvate it, have been having error page 403, gone into browser but still will not allow access to stite requested.


HTTP Error 403 is an error message which means that you are not authorized to view the web page which you are attempting to load. Usually, the HTTP error 403 - Forbidden means that access to the file/folder you are trying to open has been denied, either on intention or owing to a configuration anomaly. You could attempt using a proxy website if the access is blocked intentionally.

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deleted addresses in 'recent addresses' keep popping up again. How can I stop this?


i don't understand your problem . recent address in internet explorer address bar or any other like "reconet document" in start > documents .
if your problem in i.e. address bar then plz tell me how did you remove this. did you remove from registry also.
if not plz remove the registry entery also .
thanks
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Nov 13, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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