The latest version of Google Chrome he came with many useful experimental options. Usually these options are not used by novice users but by tweaks friends who want to try new things.
These experimental features can greatly enhance the experience of Chrome browser users by enabling additional features.
To enable or disable an experimental feature, you can use hidden options called "flags". Flags can often be used to restore new features or restore the classic browser look. For example, there is a special flag that allows you to reset the URL as we knew it in earlier versions of Chrome.
Using this flag, you can restore the classic address bar, so as not to hide the WWW and HTTP sections in the URL. Let's see how you can do it.
Open the Google Chrome browser and type the following inner URL in the address bar:
It will open the flags page directly into the relevant setting.
Set the Omnibox UI Hide Steady-State URL Scheme and Trivial Subdomains to Disabled and restart Google Chrome from the Restart that will appear at the bottom of the page. You will see again the classic look of the address bar.
See the pictures below