Enable next setting in experiments. Will come in Chrome 84.0 in July. Now already in Edge Chromium.Also if someone need: The command line switch for that is:
Site to verify the setting: https://clienttest.ssllabs.com:8443/ssltest/viewMyClient.html
Web browsers uses a lot of battery when they are run on mobile devices such as laptops. While it helps to use content blockers and other extensions to remove or block elements that may draw additional power, it is still problematic from a user perspective.
chrome://flagsin the web browser's address bar.
I was under impression, it is better to have it disabled.Heavy ad privacy mitigations - enabled
It disables the browser's defense mechanism and is intended only for developers and site owners.
Disables privacy mitigations for the heavy ad intervention. This makes the intervention deterministic.This is intended to be used for debugging only.
Disabled #heavy-ad-privacy-mitigations Disabled #tab-hover-cards Enabled #block-insecure-private-network-requests Enabled #disallow-doc-written-script-loads Enabled #dns-httpssvc Enabled #enable-heavy-ad-intervention Enabled #enable-parallel-downloading Enabled #enable-quic Enabled #enable-webrtc-hide-local-ips-with-mdns Enabled #omnibox-default-typed-navigations-to-https Enabled #quiet-notification-prompts Enabled #safe-browsing-enhanced-protection-message-in-interstitials Enabled #turn-off-streaming-media-caching-always Enabled #use-sync-sandbox
Looks like Chrome already does this in 89.A new flag in Chrome v89 which you can enable. Chrome will try HTTPS first if you type an incomplete URL