You probably have saved many links in your Favorites in Internet Explorer. Here’s a way to get to those sites you use most a little faster. Save a Web site as a Favorite in the root Favorites directory and give it a one- or two-letter name. Then you can type those letters into the browser address bar and hit Enter to go to the site.
For example, many Oklahoma lawyers use OSCN.net for legal research. Go to the site and add it to your Favorites (again) but this time just use O as the name. The next time you need to go there, just type O in the address bar and hit Enter. Using this will just save you a few seconds; but it will likely save you a few seconds every day.
Thanks to Dallas attorney Bob Kraft for reminding me of this one.