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Flash & The Future of Interactive Content
Adobe is planning to end-of-life Flash. Specifically, we will stop updating and distributing the Flash Player at the end of 2020 and encourage content creators to migrate any existing Flash content to these new open formats.
Retiring in 2020? Well, that explains why it keeps yapping at me to update Flash every other day.Get rid of that dinosaur FF and switch to ultra-fast Chrome and you won't see any of those intrusive nanny-notes.
joined:July 23, 2015
Does the current Chrome tell you which tab is making noise?I don't have Flash loaded in Chrome. Nothing to send alerts. There is a little red indicator in the address bar when a site tries to load something I don't allow, but it's not a big warning like you report in FF.
it's still used on some google pagesOn that page it appears Flash is only used if the user's browser supports Flash.
When I go there with a sans-Flash browser, I just get a normal page... unlike some pages, the Google page doesn't try and force it... likely because it recognises the Chrome settings.
I have several Windows 10 devices. None have Flash (I just checked.) But maybe it's renamed?