May, 2021 - By WMR
The most recent Google Chrome feature change fixes and make the Web browser even quicker and safer than it was before.
To navigate among web sites more quickly, the search engine will be using HTTPS rather than HTTP. HTTP is an abbreviation for Hypertext Transfer Protocol, and the S at the end of HTTPS stands for Secure. Placing the S to the end of HTTP allows people access the Web securely because it safeguards all of the customer's information and communication. Chrome is also pressuring the World Wide Web to use HTTPS for quite some time. Google made it very clear in a blog that all address bar entries which do not have a code will automatically receive the https:// protocol. As per the post, whenever a customer accesses a site for the first time, Google Chrome will automatically choose the HTTPS protocol rather than HTTP whenever the person visits the site in the search box. Besides being quite confidential and protected, HTTPS allows for quick webpage accessibility as this search engine does not need to browse from HTTP to HTTPS. HTTPS operates more safely and quicker than HTTP.
In a post the company also stated that whenever a webpage will not support the protocol, Chrome will switch back to HTTP. In addition, for reserved hostnames, IP addresses, and single label domains Chrome will be using HTTP. Chrome 90 for Androids and desktops are expected to receive the new updated features. IOS devices and gadgets will be receiving the updates later this year in December 2021. Google has also upgraded the Chrome for Android devices and desktops to provide fast downloads, use limited resources, and load up to 13% quicker than it was before. The company also confirmed that Browser for Android devices will also be able to view pages before starting them with the same or a new tab.