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How to remove history, favorites, and Bing suggested sites from address bar

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  • Since the recent upgrade to Windows 10, my history, favorites and Bing suggested sites are visible on the address bar.  I tried to remove this thread, but I was not successful.  I was directed to Group Policy and the page suggest that my computer is covered under a corporate restriction, but this is my personal laptop and my internet service is provided by Spectrum, which includes a TV Streaming package.  Does the Streaming package allow Spectrum to attach a Group Policy to my laptop?  If not, I need clear instructions on how to remove any superfluous or hidden restrictions from my laptop I did not give permission to restrict or make available for sharing with anyone.  Please be advised that through this service (Spectrum), I have experience extraordinary hacking, malicious mischief, and blocks of interruptions, off-line, and lack of service for two or more weeks.  This created a massive lost in Windows 10 upgrades, which I had to solicit three technical assist from Microsoft.

    Sincerely,

    Grace B. Wade-Jones

    Sunday, January 20, 2019 10:46 PM