It's the sound of Chrome putting the last few nails in Adobe Flash's coffin.
Flash has been dying a slow death for a long time now, but the latest Chrome update may just be the final nail in the coffin that put the technology to bed. We've known for a while now that it's plugin-non-grata in the industry, and this version of Chrome is the first to completely block all Flash content by default. This move is another step by Google to kill Flash by 2020.
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Since 1996, Flash content has allowed web users to view and interact with media online, but since the launch of standards such as HTML5, WebGL and WebAssembly, it has become redundant and something of a potential security hazard.
Developers and some paywall-based websites long exploited Google Chrome's loophole that allowed them to track users even in incognito mode.
Google looks set to let Chrome browser users create their own custom themes.
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Google has warned sites that it doesn't want to get into another whack-a-mole with them and that they should wait and reflect before trying to push back with new bypasses.
The new Chrome update is not just all about switching things off but also brings new features to the party, which are all detailed on their recent blog post and includes most UI improvements, better support for Progressive Web Apps and the ability for sites to detect that you are in dark mode and adjust their sites accordingly.
Chrome 76 is now rolling out for Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS and Android. Given the inexplicable obsession with dark mode at the moment, this one is for the fans.
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