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    IE 5 memory wipe

    I'm the HelpDesk Coordinator for a small ISP, and I have a request from one of our users to help them eliminate the "URL-completion memory". You can flush the History and even do a regedit to get rid of the "Typed URLs" without touching this, and removing the "inline-completion" check mark doesn't help, either. Upgrading to IE 5.5 didn't make any difference, other than throwing in a few new problems.

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    Re: IE 5 memory wipe

    To delete specific autocomplete URLs, go to:
    HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftInternet ExplorerTypedURLs
    & delete values.

    Hope this helps.

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    Re: IE 5 memory wipe

    No, that was what I was looking for, all right[img]/w3timages/icons/blush.gif[/img].

    Thanks!

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    Re: IE 5 memory wipe

    I keep autocomplete turned off, and yet IE5.5 insists on asking me if I want to turn it on. I don't!

    Does anyone know of a way to prevent IE5.5 from asking if you want to turn autocomplete on?

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    Re: IE 5 memory wipe

    There should be a 'Don't ash again' check box.

    Now running HP Pavilion a6528p, with Win7 64 Bit OS.

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    ril
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    Re: IE 5 memory wipe

    Well, there isn't!

    Any way to prevent IE5.5 from continually asking to turn on autocomplete?

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    Eliminate "URL-completion memory" in IE

    What about Tools, Internet Options, the Content tab, and AutoComplete? Has that been disabled?

    FWIW

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