Más fácil de alcanzar: Chrome obtiene nuevos controles multimedia

Chrome: HTTPS and WWW are disappearing from Google’s browser

Easier to reach: Chrome gets new multimedia controls

It is also not necessary to enter them today, nor is this information relevant to most users. HTTPS and WWW are important components of the Internet, but they can actually be hidden from the address bar in modern browsers without hesitation. Google is going to do just that now, it’s not the first time this discussion has come up for the Chrome browser. […]

It is also not necessary to enter them today, nor is this information relevant to most users. HTTPS and WWW are important components of the Internet, but they can actually be hidden from the address bar in modern browsers without hesitation. Google will do just that now, it is not the first time this discussion has arisen for the Chrome browser. This time, after Google briefly traced back last year, HTTPS and WWW hiding is really rolling out.

Google wants more simplicity

The Chrome team values ​​the simplicity, ease of use, and security of UI interfaces. To make URLs easier to read and understand, and to eliminate distractions from the registrable domain, hide URL components that are irrelevant to most Chrome users. We plan to use the “https” scheme and the “www” special case subdomain in Chrome Omnibox in the Desktop and Android on M76 hide.

This time, too, the innovation is not accepted without criticism. Advanced users will be able to undo the change using experimental “flags”; copying a URL also takes care of all the components, hence the HTTP / S and WWW above. We can still tell if a website is protected via HTTPS by the little Padlock icon in the address bar.

Indicators that should be disabled from Chrome 76: Omnibox UI Hide Steady-State URL Scheme Y Omnibox user interface Hide trivial subdomains from steady state urls. Go to chrome: // flags /, which can be called via the address bar.