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Adobe to kill off Flash in January’s Creative Cloud update [arstechnica.com]
Adobe's embrace of HTML5 has created its first big casualty: Flash. Not the Flash Player browser plugin—Adobe said in 2012 that it would continue supporting the plugin for the next five to 10 years—but Flash Professional, the main authoring tool used to create Flash animations.
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Here's Adobe's word on the topic.Worth noting that from the blog entry... the link to the Adobe channel on Twitch takes you to a Flash-based video. It's definitely going to take a while. I've been running one browser with Flash disabled for a while now, and Flash is embedded in an amazing number of applications... audio as well as video players.
I'm tired of the "update flash" thingThe Adobe Updater is seriously annoying. I'm sure if you added up the wasted man-hours spent dealing with this piece of junk, you'd find that something significantly useful might have been done with the overall wasted time.
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All those stuff is just created for spying on us. It will not be killed until it is not needed for spying.
I've really hated flash since an exploit caused me to lose all my data a few years ago.