Google has finally decided to put an end to Flash. Starting from the fourth quarter of this year, the default Chrome browser will use HTML5, and the following year, and system administrators will be able to block all Flash content in their Chrome browsers. It is worth noting that the search giant will leave the default Flash support on sites such as YouTube.com, Amazon.com, Yahoo.com, Facebook.com Live.com, Twitch.com, Yandex.ru, Mail.ru, vk .com and ok.ru.


This is the Official Statement by Google below:
"It so happened that Flash has historically been crucial for the display of complex media content on websites, but to date HTML5 provides a more comprehensive way to consume information, with faster loading and low power consumption. This change reflects HTML5 maturity and its ability to provide an excellent user experience. We will continue to work in close collaboration with Adobe and other browser vendors to continue to move forward web-based platform, focusing on web games, "
 Source:fonearena

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