While I like the built-in search bat at the top-right of IE8 (set to Google on my machine), I don't like that fact that it saves a history of the searches I performed. I know it does this because as I type in a search similar to one I've previously done, I see a list of the searches I typed in earlier that are close. Note that these are not the "suggestions" you can turn on and off in the search bar...I've already disabled that. But what it does is remember every search I've previously typed, and attempts to match it with one of those. For instance, yesterday I searched on "Racqueballonline.tv". Today, when I started to type in "racquetball" as a search, it brought up a list showing yesterday's "Racquetballonline.tv" search as well as a search I did last week for "racquetball gear". I remember when I had IE7, there was a setting to specifically disable this saving of previous searches, but I find no such setting in IE8?!? Am I overlooking this somewhere, or has MS simply made it impossible to keep your searches from being saved?? If so, I guess I'll have to use another search method, as I hate this!