Google has already warmed up a number of new features that will be launched into chrome later this year. One of the security features is to protect users’ form data. This feature is to prohibit the mixed use of HTTPS in Chrome browser to automatically fill in website content. < / P > < p > previously, these websites were only prompted by the lock icon in the address bar. Now, in addition to disabling automatic filling in in unsafe forms, chrome also adds a warning below the text box to indicate that “this form is not safe, auto fill has been turned off.”. Even after a user submits a form, a full screen warning warns the user that his or her information may be at risk. < / P > < p > in addition, Google has announced a small feature for mobile devices that can be tested with flag in chrome 85 and later. After the flag is enabled, the user can press the link in the web page for a long time, and a message will appear in the pop-up menu to indicate whether the web page meets the core web vitals index, that is to say, whether the loading speed of the web page is fast.