In the latest versions of Chrome, autocomplete is handled in the You and Google Pane, Sync & Google Services control
1. Open Chrome Settings, ALT+F,S
2. Navigate to the You and Google Pane (which is actually where you should have landed when Settings opens), and once in the Pane itself navigate to Sync & Google Services control, and activate it
3. Navigate to the toggle for, Autocomplete searches and URLs, and toggle it off.
This will not prevent the "previously visited" list from appearing beneath the address bar as you type, but it prevents anything from autocompleting in the address bar itself as you type.
Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 20H2, Build 19042
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