Back in the days of XP and IE8, if I started typing a URL, or part of a bookmark name, into the URL bar, Internet Explorer would start coming up with suggestions taken both from my browsing history and from my bookmarks. So if I started typing "daily", for example, it might pick up anything I'd read recently in certain newspapers, but also anything from those newspapers that I'd bookmarked. With Internet Explorer 11, though, both on my Win 7 and 8.1 computers, I don't think this happens - I don't get any prompts to visit any of my bookmarked sites, even though I know I've saved them. Is this normal behaviour in IE11, or is there some setting I need to tweak to get it to work? I've gone through most of the internet settings and not spotted anything which obviously needs to be tweaked. To get rid of the option would seem to be a very retrograde step, so I trust Microsoft didn't actually do that.