Sometimes, when we are using SSL at some important websites like Gmail, Facebook and Hotmail, the encrypted Google search may be beneficial as it is used to secure the traffic that is sent to and returned from Google, but obviously, there are some Using HTTPS for a web request will always be slower than using HTTP, so not all users will choose https://www.google.com.
Yeah, using HTTPS for a web request will always be slower than using HTTP. What’s worse, some web browsers don’t support SSL well. In a word, some people just want to stop using Google SSL/Encrypted search, or disable HTTPS in Google search.
If you don’t want to redirect your Google search to HTTPS from HTTP, just prevent this from happening in the search settings! Fortunately, the process is simple:
1. Open www.google.com
2. Click on the options icon in the upper right corner and select “Search settings”
3. Remove the “Secure Connection” check mark and disable Google SSL Search