Correlate

Level 9
Before some features release in Google Chrome, they’re often added in as optional tweaks that are hidden behind “flags” you can enable to get a sneak peek. Here are some of the best flags for better browsing.
These flags were tested on Chrome 78 in November 2019. Even if you’re using a newer version of Chrome, many of them likely still work the same.
 

Umbra

Level 15
Verified
my list:

chrome://flags/#enable-webrtc-hide-local-ips-with-mdns
chrome://flags/#smooth-scrolling
chrome://flags/#extension-content-verification
chrome://flags/#reduced-referrer-granularity
chrome://flags/#disallow-doc-written-script-loads
chrome://flags/#enforce-tls13-downgrade
chrome://flags/#enable-parallel-downloading
chrome://flags/#enable-gpu-appcontainer
chrome://flags/#treat-unsafe-downloads-as-active-content
chrome://flags/#strict-origin-isolation
chrome://flags/#ev-details-in-page-info
chrome://flags/#security-interstitials-dark-mode
chrome://flags/#dns-over-https
chrome://flags/#tab-groups
chrome://flags/#global-media-controls
chrome://flags/#enable-quic

Enjoy :D
 

Azure

Level 24
Verified
Content Creator
Hello, although it is true that I feel some improvement in speed with chrome: // flags / # enable-quic, really I can look that it has given me many problems on pages that need register records or fill forms. I would not recommend that flag.
Weird. I haven't notice any issue login to websites. Do the websites have something to do with banking?