An anonymous reader writes: Google has made a few changes to recent Chrome versions that most users are bound to disagree with since it takes away some of their control over the browser. The biggest of these is the removal of the chrome://plugins page in the upcoming Chrome 57 version, which practically prevents users from disabling Chrome plugins such as Widevine DRM, Native Client, Flash and the built-in PDF viewer.
The last two can still be disabled via options in the Settings section, but effectively, Google will prevent users from disabling the Widevine DRM and Native Client (NaCl), which are ironically two of the biggest sources of crashes and bugs in Chrome.
Furthermore, Google has also moved the information about a websites HTTPS status to the Dev Tools panel. This means that instead of clicking on an icon and seeing the site's certificate info, you now have to open Dev Tools, search for the Security tab, and find the certificate info in the bottom right panel.