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I Hvw typed an address on the address bar of the internet explorer now i want it not to appear when we press the down arrow button.i dont want anyone else to see what i was searching.so how to clear that link

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It very simple. If your using IE8 follow the steps below
Open the IE browser > select TOOLS > select INTERNET OPTIONS > select GENERAL Tab > in browsing History select DELETE > Tick all the option/ for your problem INPRIVATE FILTERING DATA & FORMS > select DELETE > select OK. Now no one see what you have did. If your using different IE version, let me know to guide you.
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Drag the little image to the left of the web address (the favicon) and drop it on the home button.

Google Chrome:
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Internet Explorer:
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Drag the little image to the left of the web address (the favicon) and drop it on the home button.

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Go to the right of the address bar. Click the three lines. Then go to settings. The third section down is appearance. You will see "Show Home button" under that click change. Enter your new page address there.

Internet Explorer:
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If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it.
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