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Can I Disable Google Suggest ?


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#1 Phireman19

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Posted 21 January 2008 - 11:33 AM

I have searched and can not find anywhere how to disable Google Suggest. I don't like it and want to disable it.

Anyone know how?

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Posted 21 January 2008 - 11:43 AM

If Google Suggest comes on whenever you open a new browser window, it may be set as your home or start page. To set your start page back to http://www.google.com (or anything else) use your web browser's Options menu.

In Internet Explorer, you can do this by first selecting Tools, then Internet Options. On the Internet Options menu, look for the Home Page section, find the Address: text box, and enter http://www.google.com. Then select OK.
In FireFox, this menu is found under Tools, then Options.
In Mozilla, it is found under Edit, then Preferences.
In Opera, it is found under Edit, then Options.


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