There’s a tiny but very useful tweak in the RC version of Internet Explorer 9: if you have a URL stored on the clipboard, typing Control-Shift-L will automatically open it in the current tab. That’s a nice little time saver that we hope a few other browser developers decide to copy.
Control-Shift-L Pastes And Opens A Link In IE9
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