With Internet Explorer 6 in Windows XP, typing web addresses is convenient. All you have to do is type the domain of an address, such as Microsoft, and then press
[Ctrl] + Enter. Internet Explorer automatically wraps ‘http://www….com’ around what you typed. In case you are not sure, whether the site uses a .com extension or some other one? Just type the domain of the address and hit Enter. Internet Explorer tries to find the site by using the various extensions that are used by websites. If you need to edit an address, you can use [Ctrl] + LEFT ARROW and [CTRL] + RIGHT ARROW to easily move between different parts of the address separated by periods.