QUIC (Quick UDP Internet Connections) is a new transport protocol that is designed to improve the performance of web browsing. It is currently enabled by default in Chrome, but you can disable it if you want.
Here are the steps on how to disable QUIC in Chrome:
- Open Chrome and type
chrome://flagsin the address bar.
- In the search bar, type
- The Experimental QUIC protocol flag will appear.
- Click the drop-down menu next to the flag and select
- Click the Relaunch Now button.
Once you have restarted Chrome, QUIC will be disabled.
Why You Might Want to Disable QUIC
There are a few reasons why you might want to disable QUIC.
- Compatibility issues: Some websites may not work correctly with QUIC. If you are having problems with a particular website, you can try disabling QUIC to see if that fixes the problem.
- Security concerns: Some people have expressed concerns about the security of QUIC. If you are concerned about the security of your browsing data, you may want to disable QUIC.
- Performance: In some cases, disabling QUIC can actually improve performance. This is because QUIC is still a relatively new protocol and it is not yet as well-optimized as other protocols.
How to Enable QUIC Again
If you decide that you want to enable QUIC again, you can follow the same steps as above, but select the
Enabled option instead of