Google has released a new faster protocol as SPDY. As Google says, it is enabled on google.com , somewhere I read that it is enabled only on encrypted/secure pages. There is a Chrome Extension present that tells if the webpage is SPDY enabled or not.
I tested this on with Google.com and many other pages, in all the cases it showed
This website is NOT SPDY enabled. I could understand that websites except of Google.com are not SPDY enabled, but even google.com is not SPDY enabled. I am using
Chrome 22.0.1229.91 beta-m
23.0.1271.10 beta-m. I also tried checking it with Chrome internal URL but it also doesn't displays up Google using SPDY.
As far as I know https://google.com should be SPDY enabled but it is not. Is this a problem with my copy of Chrome or is this the case with everyone. If this is the problem with my copy of Chrome then how to solve it?
Update 1: I am now using Chrome 23 Beta, earlier I was using Chrome 22 Beta and someone commented that Chrome 22 Stable is out, Oh yes it was out but Chrome 23 was not yet built and was not yet pushed as an update to Beta Channel users.
Note 1/Update 2: I recently installed Windows 8 Pro RTM (MSDN copy) and installed Chrome Beta on it, installed the same extension and it works over here. It shows that secure pages on Google.com are SPDY enabled. What can be the problem over there (Win 7)?