One of the rare reasons I have for occasionally using Internet Explorer is actually to view HTTPS certificate. In Internet Explorer accessing certificate is as easy as clicking on the lock icon. It used to be like that in Chrome too. And then some smartass decided to move setting in Developer Tools behind zillion mouse clicks.
However, since Chrome 60, Google has silently returned option to view certificate under its lock icon. To enable it, one has to navigate to
chrome://flags/#show-cert-link and enable
Show certificate link option. Quick restart later and option to view certificate is present at its natural place once again.
Why the heck is this not default, I have no idea.