The address bar keeps changing what I type
When I try to type in the address bar to go to a website it automatically changes letters to try to guess what website I want to go to.
For example if I try to type in
then I will get
I understand I don't need to type in http but lots of websites I have to go to are https which requires it to be typed in. This error now means I have to type the URL onto another form somewhere and then copy and paste and it's incredibly tedious and annoying. It's a stupid problem to have and I would like to know how to get rid of it.
I've tried deleting the history/cookies and it doesn't work.
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Do you see this item if you start typing fttp?
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