The address and search bar called the Omnibox in Google Chrome shows search suggestions in the form of keywords and specific web pages as you type.
The URL suggestions in particular can be annoying if irrelevant pages keep cropping up. Since Google Chrome gets the URL suggestions from the search history, the feature also provides information about the websites you have visited as you type.
You can easily adjust the URL search suggestions of Google Chrome or delete them completely. Google Chrome then fills the lines freed up in the search suggestions with related search queries or other URL suggestions, depending on the case.
The following steps show you how to check and adapt the URL suggestions in Google Chrome. You have various options for this.
Remove individual URL suggestions in Google Chrome
If you want to completely remove certain websites from the URL suggestions in Google Chrome, you can use the following method.
Delete specific web pages from the suggested URLs
To ban all URL suggestions from Chrome’s Omnibox, the following method is available.
Completely reset the URL suggestions in Google Chrome
Through the complete Clear Google Chrome search history you will also get rid of all url suggestions in the omnibox. It is important to note that the history will gradually fill up again and that URL suggestions will slowly reappear. Then there is another emptying of the course.
You can get the Google Chrome Omnibox via the Chrome-Flags customize in a variety of ways. You can easily find the corresponding switches by searching for “Omnibox”. Since these are experimental options, they may only be available there for a limited time.