How to do it.. How to disable search suggestions on Google Chrome


When you start typing something on the search bar in Google Chrome, the space starts to prompt for the closest possible options, which are either searched by other users or sometime searched by you, sometimes useful but in most cases this is Very frustrating. However, there is a setting in the Google Chrome browser, which allows you to turn off suggestions on your search bar.

The advantage of turning off suggestions is that it will help you de-clutter your search bar, and it helps you focus on what you’re looking for and not stray from a completely new topic.

And just like disabling search suggestions, the user can also manage the auto-fill option on Google Chrome, and if you keep it turned on, you can avoid accidentally saving non-personal passwords on computers. Let’s explore how you can disable it.

How do you turn off search suggestions on Chrome?

1. Click the three dots in the upper right corner of the Chrome browser

2. Click “Settings” in the drop-down menu

3. Select and click on “Sync and Google Services”

4. Scroll down and turn off the “Autocomplete search and URLs” option

Once you are done with that, you are good to go. With the toggle off, Google will no longer prompt you when you start typing something on the status bar.


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