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So I accidentally searched the letter "g" when trying to go to Google. Now whenever I type "g", instead of Google showing up as the top option, it shows searching the letter "g" as a top option and I keep accidentally returning to search the letter "g" instead of going where I want to. I've tried deleting every bit of browser history available out of desperation, but it does nothing to get rid of it. I saw someone say that pressing "shift" + "delete" while highlighting that search option on a Mac would get rid of it, but that does nothing either. Please help, this is extremely annoying.

So I accidentally searched the letter "g" when trying to go to Google. Now whenever I type "g", instead of Google showing up as the top option, it shows searching the letter "g" as a top option and I keep accidentally returning to search the letter "g" instead of going where I want to. I've tried deleting every bit of browser history available out of desperation, but it does nothing to get rid of it. I saw someone say that pressing "shift" + "delete" while highlighting that search option on a Mac would get rid of it, but that does nothing either. Please help, this is extremely annoying.
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You can clear Form and search history using the "Clear Recent History" command (ctl+shift+del). You can nominate the period you wish to clear.

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@terauck I already tried clearing *all* my history including my form and search history. It didn't remove the search for the letter "g".

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When you say "trying to go to Google", do you mean trying to search with Google? I don't have the problem because I have a separate search bar. On the Privacy & Security page of Options/Preferences, there is a heading "Address Bar" where you can specify what is suggested. You might try experimenting with that, for example, specifying "Search engines".