Chrome has long since started marking all HTTP sites as insecure, in fact, they recently stopped indicating that an HTTPS website is secure, because that should be normal, and they have even started to block the loading of multimedia content that you do not use HTTPS.
Now the Chrome computer has taken a bigger step to change the behavior of the browser when we enter a URL: starting with Chrome 90, the browser address bar will use https: // by default instead of http: // .
The next version of Chrome will change this behavior, meaning the browser will always choose HTTPS by default when we type an address. The result is that the initial upload speed of the websites that support it will be improved.
More information at:
Webmastervic Web Design
Tel. 93 889 41 20
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