When I enter, say,
xyz.test in the Chrome address bar, then Chrome initiates a search. How do I make Chrome always treat
.test as a top level domain, just like
.com and all the others?
I know that I can just put
http:// in front, but I tend to forget that, especially when editing an address that has already been entered. By the way, that's another annoyance: I would like to have Chrome always show the
http:// in the address bar.