Google Chrome is likely one of the hottest browsers on the market, and though I’ve switched to Chromium-based Edge ever because it first got here out, it’s no secret that Chrome stays, for essentially the most half, the de-facto commonplace for internet searching.
When you’re a Chrome consumer you have to be conscious that the browser doesn’t show the entire URL within the tackle bar. It strips the URL of the ‘www’ and the ‘http/https’ components. This can be for aesthetics, nevertheless it’s one thing that apparently lots of people weren’t pleased with. I say that, as a result of within the newest Chrome Canary construct, Google has given an experimental feature-flag that permits customers to show the entire URL within the tackle bar of the browser.
As you may see within the picture above, the URL for Beebom now exhibits ‘https’ as effectively. Like I mentioned earlier, the function is at present being examined in Chrome Canary, nevertheless it ought to make its solution to the Steady launch for Chrome quickly, so if that is one thing that has all the time bugged you, your days of woe are about to return to an finish.
In the meantime, when you can’t wait to verify the function out, right here’s how one can allow it in Chrome Canary:
- Head over to chrome://flags and seek for ‘context menu present full URLs’.
- Click on on the drop-down menu and set it to ‘Enabled’.
- Restart Chrome.
- Proper click on on the tackle bar (omnibar) and click on on ‘At all times Present Full URLs’.