I recently had a problem with gmail.com trying to get the desktop site to display (setting rules anđ labels requires the desktop site). Somehow, the act of typing gmail.com into the browser does not show the desktop site but following the link from google.com works. I know this is backwards from your problem, but the presence or absence of extra data in the ...
With Chrome for Android you can't perform "advanced" search for example using regular expression.There are extensions such as Chrome Regex Search or find+ | Regex Find-in-Page Tool that allow to fine tune your searches on a page, but Chrome for Android does support extensions
If you are not opposed to the use of other browsers than Chrome, you can use ...
Actually you can disable the autofill for usernames and passwords for just one site. Go to settings in the Chrome browser then to passwords. Scroll down to find the website that you do not want autofilled. Then you hit on the 3 dots and remove it from the list of saved passwords.
After clicking "more..." on the bottom, and getting that settings page up, as you did..
choose 'general' then see it says
'discover - you'll see stories related to your interests..'
turn that 'discover' off.
That closes the news feed.