Google Search’s autocomplete feature seems magical at times. As you type a few words, Google automatically suggests relevant queries. It’s like Google is reading your mind, or at least trying to. The search predictions appear on the Google homepage, the address bar in Chrome, Google app for iOS and Android, and wherever you have the Google search box.
But what if Google stops predicting suddenly? Or what if Google doesn’t autocomplete your requests? Many Chrome users often complain facing the that issue. When they type something to search, they end up staring at the search bar blankly waiting for it to show any suggestions. The autocomplete saves time, and provides us with better search results, which we might struggle to find after a couple of tries.
But don’t worry if you are also a victim of this bad luck. In this post, we will tell a few ways to fix Google search autocomplete not working.
Let’s get started.
Simply closing Chrome by hitting the cross button doesn’t fully close Chrome. You need to remove it from the Task Manager for stopping and shutting it down completely.
For that, open the Task Manager on your Windows PC by right-clicking on the taskbar. Click on Chrome and hit the End Task button. Then open Chrome again. Hopefully, you will see the search prediction now.
Google provides a dedicated setting for the autocomplete feature. You need to make sure it is turned on. For that, follow these steps:
Step 1: Open…