Browse Faster with HTTP3 Protocol in Chrome

The QUIC protocol (HTTP/3), designed by Google, is a faster way for web browsers and web servers to communicate and send information between one another. While QUIC is already enabled in Opera and Chrome Canary, with this hidden flag, you can start using it in the stable channel immediately before release. Of course, this will only speed up browsing if you’re accessing a website hosted on a QUIC-enabled server.

To take advantage of HTTP/3 now, copy-paste the following link into the Omnibox, press the Enter key, and enable the flag:

chrome://flags/#enable-quic
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