In Chrome and Firefox, you can easily delete the entire browsing history from their respective settings page or using a convenient keyboard shortcut. However, if you want to delete a single URL from autocomplete, you will not find any options whatsoever. In fact, there is no visible way to delete a specific URL from history on Chrome and Firefox. If you've visited a URL enough times, said URL from history will appear in autocomplete while you are typing the URL. Sure you can delete the entire history to delete a single URL. But that means you will lose the entire history and the autocomplete feature.
The alternate way is to remove the URL you want to delete from autocomplete and nothing else. Though there are no visible options, you can still delete a specific URL from history. In case you are wondering, here's how to delete a URL from History on Chrome and Firefox so that it won't appear in the autosuggest prediction while you are typing.
Delete a Specific URL from Autocomplete on Chrome
Like I said before, you will not find any option to delete a single URL from autocomplete on Chrome. However, you can still do it using a handy keyboard shortcut.
1. First, launch Chrome and type the URL you want to delete. As you type the URL, it will appear in autocomplete.
2. When you see the URL you want to delete in autocomplete, select it using your keyboard arrow keys and press Shift + Delete on your keyboard. In my case, I'm trying to delete an Amazon URL from autocomplete.
As soon as you press the keyboard shortcut, chrome will delete that specific URL from autocomplete and history.
Delete a Specific URL from Autocomplete on Firefox
When it comes to Firefox, you can do the same thing as in Chrome to delete a URL from autosuggest on Firefox.
1. Launch Firefox and type the URL you want to delete. As you type, the URL should appear in the autocomplete. Select the autocomplete URL using your keyboard arrow keys.
2. Now, simply press the keyboard shortcut Shift + Delete to delete the URL from autocomplete and history.
That's all there is to do. It is that simple to delete a URL from autocomplete on Chrome and Firefox. Unfortunately, there is no such way to do that same on Edge browser.