Enable or disable Google Instant in Chrome
Thursday, September 5, 2013/
Google introduced a feature a couple of years ago called Instant, which would automatically fill search functions for you while typing.
It can be useful, but also annoying. If you’re using Chrome, then you can turn it off.
Head to the Settings page, and then choose “Enable Instant” under the “search” heading in order to toggle it on or off.
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