It can be frustrating when you're typing something into the address bar and your search history or bookmarks appear as suggestions. Fortunately, there are some simple steps you can take to prevent this from happening.
First, you can clear your browsing history and bookmarks. This can be done by clicking the "History" or "Bookmarks" menu in your browser, then selecting "Clear browsing data" and making sure the boxes for history, bookmarks, and other browsing data are checked.
Second, you can disable autocomplete in the address bar. This can be done by going to the settings menu in your browser, selecting the "Privacy & Security" tab, and then disabling the "Autocomplete URLs" option.
Finally, you can use a privacy-focused browser that doesn't track your browsing history or store bookmarks. These types of browsers are designed to protect your privacy and ensure that your search history and bookmarks don't appear as suggestions when typing in the address bar.
By following these steps, you can make sure that your search history and bookmarks don't interfere with your browsing experience.