Google has recently announced Chrome version 90, producing a privacy update that automatically appends HTTPS to a URL when it is possible.
Chrome engineers identified the HTTPS feature a couple of months back and Google has been experimenting it in Chrome 90 shows in the Canary and Beta channels. In addition, Chrome 90 is blocking downloads from HTTP sources if the page URL is HTTPS.
Google described in a blogpost a few weeks ago that the HTTPS default should support when users type “example.com” rather than searching “https://example.com“. Previously, Chrome used http:// as their default protocol but now changed it to https://.
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