How can I open a Web site in Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE) 5.0 without typing the www and com extensions?

A. Typically, you must enter a Web site's full name when you type a Web address in IE. However, if the Web address ends with a com extension (e.g., windows2000faq.com), you can simply type the middle part of the address (e.g., windows2000faq) and press Ctrl+Enter--IE will add the www and com extensions automatically to produce the final address (e.g., www.windows2000faq.com).

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