When enabled, Comodo Dragon will show predictions as you type into the address bar. Predictions can come in the form of suggested searches or suggested web addresses. If you see the icon next to the item in the address bar drop-down, it indicates a suggested search term while the icon indicates a web address.
For example, if you typed 'washington post' in the address bar, you may see search suggestions for ‘washington post’, ‘washington post crossword’ and ‘washington post jobs’. Clicking on any of these items will take you to the search results pages for those terms as if you had typed them directly into a search engine. You may also see the Washington Post website listed (http://www.washingtonpost.com/). Clicking this suggested item would take you directly to their website homepage.
The prediction service is enabled in Comodo Dragon by default.
To disable the prediction service
- Click the Comodo Dragon icon located at the top-left corner.
- Select 'Settings' from the menu.
- Deselect 'Use a prediction service to help complete searches and URLs typed in the address bar' checkbox in the 'Privacy' section.
Please note that the address bar, in addition to predictions, also displays matches from your browsing history. Clear your browsing history, if you do not want to see matches from your browsing history.
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