How-to: Enable or disable address bar predictions in Google Chrome

Posted Thursday, December 22nd, 2011 at 6:30 pm by: JS No Comments  

Google, the company that revolutionized the Internet, has been having great success with their Internet browser, Chrome. It has only been available for a short while and has already surged in usage, rivaling the two renowned contenders, Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox. Chrome is sleek, fast and free. One of the features they offer is a search bar integrated into the address bar. This makes searching a breeze and it even offers predictions on what search terms or web address it thinks you are entering. To some, however, the prediction feature is more of an annoyance than a benefit. Thankfully, Chrome makes it very easy to enable and disable this feature. Below is a link from Google Chrome support that explains these simple steps in detail.

support.google.com/chrome

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