When using IE, CTRL+ENTER is a very useful shortcut. It puts ‘http://www’ before the text in the address bar and ‘.com’ at the end. So if I want to visit ‘http://www.microsoft.com’ all I have to do is type ALT+D, microsoft, CTRL+ENTER. But what if I want to change what CTRL+ENTER does? Is that possible? Of course it is! To change it:
1. Create the following registry key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Toolbar\QuickComplete.
2. Create the following registry value in the key above: QuickComplete REG_SZ http://www.%s.whatever
3. Whatever is in the address bar will be inserted where the ‘%s‘ is. This example would complete ‘microsoft’ to ‘http://www.microsoft.whatever’.
4. Please note that the QuickComplete string is currently limited to 64 characters.
I have heard rumor that we got the extension wrong in Sweden (.sv instead of .se). This should let you change it.