Chrome has good intentions -- it wants to help you get to where you're going faster and more efficiently.
But one day, you head to nytimes.com/dining. Cool.
A few hours later, you attempt to go to nytimes.com, but Chrome thinks you're heading to the Dining section again, so it autocompletes it to nytimes.com/dining. And no matter how many times you yell at your browser, it just won't stop.
Though there isn't a button or right-click solution in sight, there are two ways to stop Chrome from predicting URLs.
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