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IE wont remember previous searches

by StratNet / June 24, 2006 10:10 AM PDT

I accidently turned of that Quicksomething feature window that pops up the first time u open internet explorer and it remembers all the terms you have previously search for. like at google, next time u come back and start typing the thing u want to search for it will show a drop down list with al the things you ahve searched for

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autocomplete
by StratNet / June 24, 2006 10:21 AM PDT

i looked through IE settings and found out its called auto complete but it still wont remembe stuff i searched in google or any other form

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If you've check the setting's in Auto Complete..
by Carol~ Moderator / June 24, 2006 10:41 AM PDT
In reply to: autocomplete

you might also try ..

Tools > Internet Options > Advanced Tab
Try checking ''Close unused folders in history and favorites''. The same with ''Use inline Auto Complete''.

Worth a try..
Carol

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tried that
by StratNet / June 24, 2006 11:10 AM PDT

i tried that and it didn't work with search boxes
i also tried options > content > aotucomplete > checked all
and still wont remember

i dont want to reinstall windows because i just finished reinstalling all my programs Sad

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