When I'm at school and using school computers, I have to use has IE9. When I want to access my Gmail, I type in "gmail" in the URL bar, causing IE9 to do a bing search.
The page half loads (As in, loads just about everything but the search results) and then opens my Gmail, similar to google's "I'm feeling lucky". My question is this: Why?
IE9 doesn't have the URL of gmail, as I can watch the bing search load, followed by the url changing to Gmail, and it only seems to happen for Gmail, having tired with searching Google and Facebook in the same method.
The computer is running Windows 7 with Windows Aero disabled, and limited account privileges.
While its a neat feature, I would like to known what causes it to happen.