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 Post subject: Search Bar Issues
PostPosted: Wed Nov 16, 2005 11:29 pm 
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How do you clear the previous typed searches in the Yahoo, MSN and Google tool bars or search areas?
I hate typing something in the search sections and getting every thing i ever typed pop up.
Thanks, SUMO...

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- Click on the Tools menu
- Click on Internet Options
- Click on the Content tab
- In the Personal information section, click on the AutoComplete button
- Click on the Clear Forms button
- Answer Yes to the resulting confirmation

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 17, 2005 2:36 am 
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Bingo!
Thanks N3wd!

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np :)

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Thanks from me too, that always bugged me.


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And for any who use Firefox... click Tools/Options/Privacy Tab then clear "Saved Form Information"

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lol Sumo hadda get rid of all those searches for "lingerie+sextoys+viagra+chocolate" :p


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Get Microsoft's AntiSpyware and use it's "tracks eraser" feature. :D

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Commander Keen wrote:
Get Microsoft's AntiSpyware and use it's "tracks eraser" feature. :D


Thanks for the reminder Keen. I sometimes forget what tools are included in utilities like that. I like the fact that you can be selective in what you clear... nice feature.

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After posting that I realized that it doesn't clean Firefox since it's not an MS application. :(

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