windows 98

Everytime I use the internet explorer,the moment I key in the first character, all my previous entries beginning with this character would appear.I believe this is a new feature of windows 98(Autocomplete?)...it's very convenient but how to I delete them whenever I want to ..especially the old ones?
hokeAsked:
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PasciCommented:
Hi Hoke,
I think you can just delete your history file:
In IE5 go to tools-internet options-general-clear history.
Hope this helps!!
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PasciCommented:
Also if you go in your history folder through My Computer you can selectively delete the ones you want.
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Marshall081399Commented:
Install Power Tools (free download)under the paranoid settings you can delete these.
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y2kwackoCommented:
click the Tools Menu > Internet Options > Contect tab > click the AutoComplete button > new dialog comes up with "Clear Forms" and "Clear Passwords" Clear Forms is what you are looking for

Good Luck,
Kevin
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