How to troubleshoot the Google search autocomplete feature not Working

How to troubleshoot the Google search autocomplete feature not Working

Semi-automatic typing is a standard feature of most modern web browsers. It anticipates what you are typing and suggests a word or phrase based on what other users are doing and your history. When you press the Enter key, it automatically completes typing with the rest of the suggested text. For example, if you type goog in the address bar of your browser, your browser may suggest google.com, displaying the letters you haven’t yet typed. When you press Enter, the browser will take you to that site.

To enable or disable auto-recording in your browser, select your browser from the list below and follow the instructions. If you press Enter on the suggested auto-type suggestion in the address bar, your browser will redirect you directly to the website. If you are skeptical of the URL, use the search bar instead, which provides an overview of the site through the search engine.

 

Why won’t Google’s automatic search function work?

Why won't Google's automatic search function work?

You know the problem is in some extensions (since the incognito mode is raw, all extensions are disabled). If autocomplete works well in incognito mode, an extension may be responsible for it. In addition, a corrupt user profile may prevent Chrome from automatically populating your data. To fix the problem, you need to create a new profile from scratch. If you perform these steps, you will lose all locally saved data. So make sure you check your Chrome sync settings and back up all your data to Google’s servers before you start.

Overall, Chrome is a relatively stable web browser, but it has its share of bugs. Therefore, it is preferable to eliminate them by updating the browser. Newer versions of Chrome fix known issues and can help fix self-discovery, especially if a buggy Chrome instance caused it to stop working.

 

Fixed a bug in the Google auto search feature

Fixed a bug in the Google auto search feature

RESTART GOOGLE CHROME

Simply closing Chrome by clicking on the cross does not completely close Chrome. You must remove it from the Task Manager to completely shut it down and close it.

To do this, open the task manager on your Windows computer by right-clicking on the taskbar. Click Chrome and click the “Stop Task” button. Then open Chrome again. We hope that you will now see a preview of your search queries.

ACTIVATE AUTOCOMPLETE

Google provides a custom setting for the auto-complete feature. You need to make sure it is enabled. To do this, follow these steps:

  1. Open Chrome on your computer and click the three-dot icon in the top right corner. Select Settings from the menu.
  2. Under People, click Sync and Google Services.
  3. Turn on the switch next to AutoSearch and URLs.
TURN OFF SIGNAL

Sometimes the problem occurs when you sign in to your Google Account with Chrome. Turning it off and on again will update your sync and fix your search problems.

To turn it off, open your Chrome settings using the three-dot icon. Then click the “Turn off” button next to your name. Restart Chrome and then turn the sync back on.

CLEAR CACHE AND COOKIES

Clearing your cache or cookies in Chrome will not erase your data, passwords, or browsing history. However, it will disable you from sites whose cookies are stored on your computer. This is an effective way to solve problems with Chrome.

To do this, follow these steps:

  1. Open Chrome settings from the three-dot icon.
  2. Scroll through the settings and click the “Advanced” button.
  3. Under “Privacy and Security”, click “Clear Browser Data”.
  4. Select the “Cookies and other website data” and “Hide images and files” options. Then click on the “Delete data” button.
  5. Restart chrome as mentioned above.
CHECK THE SEARCH ENGINE

Sometimes the Chrome search engine is changed by Google and therefore the predictions in the address bar no longer work. You need to make sure that the search engine is set to Google. To do this, follow these steps:

  1. Open your Chrome settings from the three-dot icon at the top.
  2. Under “Search Engine,” make sure that Google is set to “Search Engine Used in Address Bar.” If it’s set to something else, change it to Google. However, if only Google is displayed, click Manage Search Engines.
  3. On the Manage Search Engines page, check the keyword next to “Google (default).” It should be google.com. To change it, click the three-dot icon next to Google, and then click Edit.
DISCONNECTABLE EXTENSIONS

Before you continue, you need to determine whether or not chrome extensions are causing the problem. To do this, open the incognito tab in Chrome (keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Shift+N). Try searching for something. Do you also have the same problem? If autocomplete works well in incognito mode, an extension may be responsible for it.

To find the culprit, you need to disable all Chrome extensions and activate them one by one. To do this, type chrome://extensions/ in the Chrome address bar and press Enter. Disable all the extensions with the toggle switch and activate them one by one. Once you’ve found the culprit, leave the extension off or check its settings to make sure everything is correct and nothing interferes with a Google search.

RESETTING CHROME SETTINGS

Resetting Chrome to its default settings will change the default search engine, the home page, new tab page, anchored tabs, content settings, and cookies. Extensions will also be disabled. However, your data, including your bookmarks, history, and saved passwords, will remain intact.

  1. Open Chrome preferences and click Advanced.
  2. Scroll down and click Restore Defaults. A popup window will appear asking you to confirm the decision. Click Reset Settings.
  3. After resetting, restart Chrome as described above.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

If auto-enrollment is enabled but still doesn't work, try disabling the account sync feature in the People tab as mentioned above. Click the Disable button to the right of your name and email address. Then restart Google Chrome and re-enable syncing.

  1. Tap the dots - either on the right side of the address bar (on Android) or in the bottom left corner of the screen (on your phone) - and select Settings.
  2. To change your autofill settings, tap "Places and More" and turn the feature on or off or change the saved information as needed.

An outdated browser cache may prevent autofill from working in Chrome. Go to Chrome Settings -> Privacy -> Security -> Clear Browser Data.

  1. Open the Google Chrome app.
  2. Tap the three vertical dots in the upper right corner.
  3. Tap Settings.
  4. Tap Privacy.
  5. Make sure that search and site suggestions are unchecked.

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