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Teach Google Chrome to understand custom TLD

Is it possible to let the Chrome browser prefer all DNS resolvable URLs over a search? Everytime I use a local name not matching a usual domain scheme, I got search results for it.

I first thought that no nonsense DNS lookup is made if the URL seems to be a search keyword, however Chrome always detect this condition and asks me if I like to go to my domain instead. So the DNS lookup is made anyway.

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marked as duplicate by studiohack Mar 29 '12 at 21:54

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Is it the same question?… – crea7or Mar 29 '12 at 10:11
yes it is. Thank you. – dronus Mar 29 '12 at 22:30

frustrating feature, isn't it? Adding a trailing slash to the name will prevent the search

"myserver/" wil go directly to http://myserver

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