The Page Prediction technique is available in Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome and Opera browsers and used for improving the speed of browsing, and also making your overall experience better. However, it will track and share your visiting websites, typing words and the purchases you make. If you would like to stop the prying eyes with your privacy and save your bandwidth in Windows 10, the best method is to turn it off completely through setting.
The page prediction settings is enable by default. It will guess which web page or site you are going to access by the browsing session, and then start loading the contents in the background. So you can open it instantly in Edge or Chrome.
How To Disable Page Prediction in Microsoft Edge
* Within Edge, click the three dots (…) at the top right corner to open the pane.
* Click on the Settings, scroll down to click the “View advanced settings” button under Advanced settings heading.
* Move the slider of “Use page prediction to speed up browsing, improve reading, and make my overall experience better” option for turning it off. That’s all.
How to Turn Off Google Chrome Page Prediction in Windows 10
Note: This tutorial also works on Windows 8.1/8 and 7.
* Within Google Chrome, tap or click on the More button (Customize and control Google Chrome) at the top-right corner, and select Setting from menu.
Or you can do that by typing chrome://settings into the address bar and hit Enter.
* Scroll down to the bottom and click on the Show advanced settings link.
* Under Privacy heading, uncheck two related boxes, including Use a prediction service to help complete searches and URLs typed in the address bar, and Use a prediction service to load pages more quickly. Then close the Settings tab and you are done.