Google Chrome Will Reportedly Block Flash Before End Of 2016, Will Go HTML5 By Default

In April, Microsoft announced that its Edge browser will join Apple’s Safari and Google’s Chrome in automatically pausing Adobe Flash content that are found on Web pages. The feature affects Flash content that are not central to the Web page, including animations and advertisements.

Google, however, looks like it will be taking a step further in weeding out Flash from its browser, with the company revealing plans to begin blocking most Flash-based content in Chrome by the end of 2016.

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