How to Turn AutoComplete on in Windows Explorerby Liz Jacobs
Turn on Windows Explorer AutoComplete and you won't waste time typing in things you've typed before. Windows Explorer, also known as Internet Explorer, uses the AutoComplete feature in two ways. It gives you a drop-down list of sites with the letters you have already typed, and it completes an expression if you have typed in those letters before. The second function is called Inline AutoComplete, and you have to turn it on manually.
Click "Control Panel".
Click "Internet Options".
Select the "Advanced" tab.
Click the check-box next to "Use Inline Auto Complete". Select "OK".
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