After updating Chrome, I've noticed that when I enter the first letter of a commonly visited site like 't' for twitter, it no longer autocompletes to the twitter url, instead it is autocompleting a random google search result I've searched for once.

So even if I've visited a page thousands of times, it's still putting the google page as the first suggestion. It's not suggesting new search results, but terms i've previously searched for. But surely a URL I visit daily should rank above a google result I've only accessed once.

Is there any way I can fix this? I know how to manually delete individual autocomplete suggestions, but I don't want to have to keep doing this.

  • Are you sure your history or any history related data wasn't removed during the update? That could be the reason why – Sickest May 24 at 3:32
  • Try using your chrome for like 1 week and see if that doesn't readjust all your most commonly typed urls. Lastly if you visit a website daily/frequently. You should make it a bookmark. – Sickest May 24 at 3:34

It's a bug: https://bugs.chromium.org/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=962599


  • Go to: chrome://flags/
  • Search for Omnibox Google Drive Document suggestions
  • Disable Omnibox Google Drive Document suggestions
  • Relaunch chrome

Source: reddit

  • This worked! Thanks – Anthony May 28 at 8:26
  • @Anthony, Please mark this answer as correct by hitting the check mark. – Abram May 30 at 14:52

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