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It looks like the Google Chrome browser will soon get a higher level of protection when working with HTTP resources. Judging by the latest data from the codebase, soon the web browser will automatically block the download of data from sites that do not use HTTPS.

Google Chrome will block page loading over HTTP

The fact is that more and more sites are switching to a more secure transfer protocol, so the innovation will force the browser to mark all HTTP sites without exception as insecure. However, you can switch to them if the site does not have a more secure version.

The new feature will block any attempts to enter an “unsafe” site. In this case, the blocking can be disabled, because not all resources have acquired the appropriate level of protection.

So far, this feature is only being developed, so it is unlikely to appear in the near future. Most likely, we should expect it after the release of Chrome 111 in March 2023, and then there will probably be an early version for the Canary branch, and the release will take place later.

Note that the Chrome browser now occupies 66.18% according to StatCounter. Many other browsers are based on it, with the exception of Safari and Firefox.

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Now requires Windows 10. Google released the first version of Chrome under a new scheme

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Google has released a branded browser update. The latest version of Chrome 110 is now available to a limited number of users, but already belongs to the stable stage.

Now requires Windows 10. Google released the first version of Chrome under a new scheme

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Chrome 110 was the first version of Google’s browser to have an adjusted release schedule with a more cautious approach to distribution. Google has now given access to Chrome 110 to a small number of Chrome 109 users, with a major release coming in a week. It is assumed that this approach will allow developers to identify problems with the browser and fix them before a large-scale launch.

Chrome 110 contains a rather long list of changes, but many of them are mainly relevant to developers, not ordinary users. For example, Chrome 109 was supposed to be the first version of the browser to implement an alternative to Google support for CHIPS (Cookies Having Independent Partitioned State), a proprietary addition to Cookies. It looks like CHIPS support has been moved to Chrome 110.

Of the notable innovations, you can now insert characters like “ß” and “ς” in domain names. These characters have been handled correctly in Firefox and Safari since 2016. Another innovation is a simplified procedure for setting up languages ​​in the built-in Google Translate service for translating pages. Translator settings are available directly in the browser settings at chrome://settings/language.

Chrome 110 also drops support for Windows 7 and 8.1. The browser requires Windows 10 or later to run.

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Microsoft is determined: users see annoying Windows 11 ads in full screen, leaving Windows 10 is not easy

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Microsoft has begun aggressively encouraging Windows 10 users to upgrade to the more modern operating system, Windows 11.

Microsoft is determined: users see annoying Windows 11 ads in full screen, leaving Windows 10 is not easy

Windows 10 users have been complaining online that a full-screen page has begun to appear on Windows 10 computers, offering to upgrade to Windows 11 and completely covering the desktop.

What’s more, Microsoft offers only two options for the obvious closing of this page, and both, in essence, mean “I agree.” The first button starts the update right at the moment you click it, and the second one allows you to schedule the installation at a later time. If you look closely, you can see a less noticeable “breaking the dead end” – a small link “Keep Windows 10”.

Microsoft is determined: users see annoying Windows 11 ads in full screen, leaving Windows 10 is not easy

Needless to say, Windows 10 users are unhappy with Microsoft’s attempts to impose the operating system with tricky banners and optical illusions. Many users are likely to hit the first button that is visually highlighted with color without reading the message, let alone looking for the cancel button, just to get back to their desktop and do their work.

Luckily, Microsoft hasn’t launched an automatic update to Windows 11 yet, so the chances of you suddenly getting a new operating system are slim.

On February 1, Microsoft stopped selling Windows 10 licenses on its website.

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Which Android smartphones are the most satisfied users. Xiaomi 13 Pro and Xiaomi 12S Ultra are knocked off the Antutu rankings by an unexpected newcomer

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The team of the popular benchmark AnTuTu has published a fresh rating of smartphones based on the Android operating system, which received the highest user satisfaction ratings.

Which Android smartphones are the most satisfied users.  Xiaomi 13 Pro and Xiaomi 12S Ultra are knocked off the Antutu rankings by an unexpected newcomer

The leader of the ranking was Huawei Nova 10 Pro, “unexpected and surprising” even for Antutu experts. The model based on Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G 4G debuted last July and scored 97.04% positive reviews in January 2023.

Which Android smartphones are the most satisfied users.  Xiaomi 13 Pro and Xiaomi 12S Ultra are knocked off the Antutu rankings by an unexpected newcomer

Second place went to Honor X40 GT with 96.23% positive reviews. This smartphone has already hit second place in November and now it’s back again.

Xiaomi 13 Pro and Xiaomi 13, which occupied the first and second places in December, fell to the third and ninth places, respectively, with 95.26% and 92.52%. And the Xiaomi 12S Ultra, which held the first place for five months in a row until December, is now in fourth place with 95.15%.

Rounding out the top 10 are OnePlus 11 (94.19%), Vivo X90 Pro+ (93.83%), Red Magic 8 Pro+ (93.68%), iQOO Neo7 Racing Edition (93.51%), Xiaomi 13 (92, 52%) and Redmi K60 Pro (91.91%).

Statistics collected from January 1 to January 31, 2023. The AnTuTu ranking uses averages, not the highest scores. For each smartphone, the results of at least 1000 tests were taken into account – models with fewer tests are not included in the rating.

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