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When i search for something using spotlight (CMD + SPACEBAR), I don’t want to see anything related to internet searches using safari or chrome.
Is there a way to disable spotlight from using these two programs?
In settings -> Spotlight, I don’t see a checkbox for “internet”
This is my settings so far:
Depending on which macOS, it’s called either Spotlight Suggestions or Siri Suggestions.
See Apple KB – Turn off Siri Suggestions for Spotlight on Mac
Confirmed by comments, a website in results could be a bookmark or recently visited, in which case you’d also need to uncheck ‘Bookmarks & History’.
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