Matt Cutts is nice enough to let webmasters and SEOs know that Google has changed the way it handles searches for a domain name.
Previously we treated the query [www.example.com] like the query [info:www.example.com], and now we treat it like [â€?www.example.comâ€?].
The change was made to better assist the average Google user, looking for a web site. Us uber geeks will just have to switch to “info:”.