Google plans to remove the built-in support for Flash in Chrome

Google plans to remove the built-in support for Flash in Chrome

The company’s plan is not yet finalized, but it is planned that in the 4th quarter of 2016 Chrome will use HTML5 only. For sites that require the use of Adobe Flash, the browser will offer users to manually enable plug-and remember user preferences on subsequent visits to the site.

As the developer of the most popular desktop browser in the world, Google has a big impact on the web and it is no secret that the company is actively fighting with Flash, in order to get everyone to give it up. Today it became known that the company wants to block a Flash-player in Chrome by the end of the year.

Google plans to remove the built-in support for Flash in Chrome

The company’s plan is not yet finalized, but it is planned that in the 4th quarter of 2016 Chrome will use HTML5 only. For sites that require the use of Adobe Flash, the browser will offer users to manually enable plug-and remember user preferences on subsequent visits to the site.

To avoid excessive user requests, the top 10 sites on the Internet that use Flash – that are determined by the intrinsic metric – budutt in white by default list, these include: YouTube.com, Facebook.com, Yahoo.com, VK.com , Live.com, Yandex.ru, OK.ru, Twitch.tv, Amazon.com and Mail.ru.

However, white expire within one year. It seems, Google seriously make the company intends to major sites completely switch to HTML5. In the coming months, Google will work to implement its plan to explain the changes to ordinary users.

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