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Discussion in 'Apple, Inc and Tech Industry' started by heehee, Jul 14, 2015.
I have not known about this and spent much amount of time in installing Adobe flash player, but in Vain. Now I am using Chrome, which has in built Adobe flash player. Hope google don't follow the same suit
It just needs to die. I am so tired of updating it for my kids.
When it finally dies, can somebody please urinate on it too please?
Hahahahahahah......... This is funny stuff right here.
Good riddance to Adobe Flash. Not only is it a security risk, but it also tremendously hogs system resources.
Now that the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) finalized the HTML 5.0 specification as of 28 October 2014, we no longer need Flash except in some very special circumstances. I wouldn't be surprised the online ad providers will require all ads to be rendered in HTML 5.0 only very soon, especially now that Firefox blocks Flash by default and Microsoft's new Edge web browser for Windows 10 no longer supports the Flash plugin.
Opera is doing this in the current stable release but you can reenable it via the flags.
If Flash is so horrible coded and crashes, slows down and the main reason for draining battery on phones, why does Chrome use it ?
Even though Chrome is Pepper-based flash, its still from Adobe...... What's to stop Adobe from doing the same ting to Pepper, since this would be where Google gets theirs from anyway...
Flash needs to die, and hopefully soon.
I blocked FF awhile ago. It too always seems to have memory leaks. Ironic.
I've been mostly Flash free in my browsing since 2013 or so, when I installed Click2Plugin for Safari. On my latest clean install I didn't even bother installing flash on my system. HTML5 is prominent enough now that it never negatively impacts my browsing experience to see it gone. It is a huge resource hog, security aside. I'm glad to see it finally be phased out.
Lynx users never had to worry about Flash.