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How to Delete Auto Complete Form Data of Website in Microsoft Edge v81


Microsoft now offer a new feature in Edge browser that lets you delete single autocomplete form data. Learn, how to use it.

How to Delete Auto Complete Form Data of Website in Microsoft Edge v81

Microsoft recently rolled out Edge v81.0.416.53 with lots of new features that includes Collections, Remove Duplicate Favorites, and ability to set default profile for external links, and even more.

The following blog is about another feature called Delete single autocomplete form data. So why we need this feature? Whenever you visit website and click on the form or search bar it automatically shows you previously search keywords and website URL.

Unfortunately, there was no way available in the Edge browser to delete auto complete data manually. Starting with Microsoft Edge v81, the company introduced a same functionality and offer users the power to manually delete autocomplete data from websites they visit.

You can check following gif for to know about what data, we talking and how to delete the data:

how to delete autocomplete data manually in microsoft edge

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