How to Enable or Disable AutoComplete in Firefox
EXAMPLE: AutoComplete Enabled and Disabled in Firefox
AutoComplete (automatic text completion) or inline AutoComplete is a feature that automatically appends the suggested text to the words as you are typing in the Firefox address bar. It tries to guess and finish what it thinks you are typing for you automatically.
This tutorial will show you how to enable or disable autocomplete when you type an URL in the address bar of Firefox for only your user account in Windows.
Here's How: 1.
In the address bar of Firefox type about:config
, and click/tap on the I'll be careful, I promise
button. (see screenshot below)
Do step 4 or 5
below for what you would like to do. 4. To Enable "AutoComplete" in Firefox NOTE: This is the default setting
A) Scroll down to and double click/tap on browser.urlbar.autoFill to have it say true, and go to step 6 below. (see screenshot below step 5)5. To Disable "AutoComplete" in Firefox
A) Scroll down to and double click/tap on browser.urlbar.autoFill to have it say false, and go to step 6 below. (see screenshot below)6.
When finished, you can close the about:config