Is it possible to have the search bar not go directly to a search engine when you enter a website into it?
I do not like how every time I search something it sends me to a search engine website, like Google. I just want to go to the website that I typed in. For example, if I type in facebook.com it will send me to whatever results come up on Google. I just want to go to Facebook. Because of this, I am not able to link websites to my friends, because in the URL box it only shows the last thing I searched/typed in into that box. So my question is, is there a way to disable this search engine option?
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Don't use the Search bar, type the address in the Location bar.