It clears IE's browsing record, but when you enter the URL in the browser's address bar, it still appears before the site's address.
Internet Explorer 8 uses Windows Search to index content that has already been accessed, and when you enter an address to the address bar, IE 8 automatically searches for and extracts information from the index (Windows XP requires additional downloads to install Windows Search to achieve this function). This is the convenient place for IE 8. ~~
If not, we can disable the consolidation of Internet Explorer and Windows Search. The specific actions are as follows:
Open Internet Explorer, and click Tools-> Options on the toolbar. (If the toolbar is not visible, click the combination key alt+t to pull it out);
When the Internet Options window pops up, open the Content tab, and in the AutoComplete bar, click the Settings button;
In the automatic completion setting of the Address bar, uncheck "Get better results with Windows Search", and then click OK to save the changes;
(More thoroughly, you can simply cancel the application of the address bar to complete the function automatically.) )
The index location now no longer contains Internet Explorer history.
Tip: To turn on indexing options, simply type "indexing Options" in the Start search box.