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Disabling autofill in Google Search

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by zedzares, Dec 27, 2010.

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  1. zedzares

    zedzares Thread Starter

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    Seems obvious enough...but cannot seem to turn off this 'handy' feature that really seems to be a significany security threat:

    How do I turn off the auto-fill feature in Google Search, e.g...

    1. I cut n paste from an email, say um, a password retrieval...
    2. When I open a new Google browser window, Google 'conveniently' enters that cut n pasted text into the new search bar and executes a search.

    ? WTF ?

    Thanks!
     
  2. tompatrick

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    What I think is it is the computer feature rather than the Google auto fill Google auto fill is used to remember the things you need to enter again and again such as the passwords login information what I understand from the question is that the computer buffers keeps the data that you cut it's not because of the google
     
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