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You can set its Autocomplete parameter to the desired string value for the autocomplete attribute of the input that it will set. You can read more about it here: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTML/Attributes/autocomplete. The typical setting to instruct the browser to turn off suggestions is setting Autocomplete="off", yet it is up to the browser to honor this. Often it works only when the input is in a <form> that has autocomplete disabled altogether.
It is the browser that controls that, not our components. Enabling the autocomplete is one thing, but then the browser needs to decide to store values for it before the user can see suggestions. This usually happens when the input is in a form and the form gets submitted.
If you need to be sure your users get suggestions you want them to get, you can use the Telerik AutoComplete component. It is a textbox where they can put in arbitrary text, bit also lets you show them suggestions from your app, you can even load them on demand as they type.
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