Experienced users are well aware of the presence in the Chrome section with the experimental settings in chrome://flags. It is here that the programmers of Google are hiding from the eyes of inexperienced users new, not yet run-in functions of the browser. We have chosen google chrome hidden settings which are safe to activate and use now.
1. Enable smooth scrolling
The appearance of this feature users expect, probably, from the moment you walked out the first release of Chrome. To activate it, type the address stated below, and select from the pop-up menu value is “on”.
2. Mute tab
If any tab you have the music player or video is played, the Chrome notes this tab is a small icon of a speaker. However this icon can also be used for quick muting. For this you will need to activate the option, at the following address:
3. Fast close tabs and windows
This option makes the interface more responsive and speeds up surfing. After its activation tab will be closed much faster, regardless of the associated process. In fact this affects only the GUI, but visually it seems that Chrome starts to run a bit faster. Click on this address:
4. Protocol support QUIC
QUIC (Quick UDP Internet Connections) is a new experimental web Protocol developed by Google. It is designed to speed Internet connections as opposed to current TCP. Although at the moment it is not too widely distributed, yet when referring to the Google servers it can give some increase in speed. It can be activated at the following address:
5. Creating passwords
When this option is enabled, Chrome will automatically generate a strong password in case if you are on the registration page. A very handy feature, which, together with integrated service password storage will help to completely abandon third-party solutions. To activate this option at the following address:
However, this method is relevant only to pending 45 version, which was release in September 2015. Since then, the Netscape interface was completely removed from Chrome and Chrome OS software code, and enable it to be impossible.
And what hidden settings of Chrome are you using?