Google Chrome Integrates Flash

If you are using the old version of Google’s Chrome, you will require downloading Adobe’s Flash separately. But, you have good news if you want to install Google’s Chrome new and latest version having interesting features, you do not need to download Adobe’s Flash and save it on another place. Google’s Chrome presents its latest version having integrated Adobe’s Flash which will directly and automatically get installed into the browser. Chrome 5.0.376.86, which is now accessible to download for Linux, Mac and Windows version was inaugurated over Google’s Stable Channel. In addition to this, there are some other updates like five bug fixes comprising 2 relevant to video handling.

It is expected that after latest version getting popular, a large number of internet users will adopt Google’s Chrome in comparison to other Google’s versions. It provides great facility and two in one single pack. Chrome and Flash being integrated on a single platform means user-friendly Google and now users have the complete freedom from a separate plug-in for Flash. According to the latest Chrome blog, Flash is there by default. You need to manage the shift to EPC (Enterprise Private Cloud). Simply first consideration, then control and at last technologies; you are ready to see now.

Remove Flash

You also have the option of removing Flash, if you are not very keen to retain it or you are not flattered by harsh words of Steve Jobs for Adobe. You have the solution from CNET which provide complete step by step guidelines to get rid of by default installed Adobe’s Flash. Simply type into the Chrome address bar ‘about plugins’ and you will see a ‘disable ’ and a list of plug-ins button by using them you can shut down what you do not want there.

Adobe Flash has been the bone of content for Apple and Adobe for a long time in news after their fight got public on the subject of Flash on the ipad. But, after a lot heated words being exchanged on internet, Apple stepped back from Flash and embraced its other version for future for internet video. In addition, HTML 5 is also supported by Google which means more competitors in the market.

In the beginning of this week, Flash Player 10.1 was sent by Adobe to Smartphone manufacturer, particularly Google’s Android. The news is highly awaited Android update version 2.2 or Froyo will definitely support Flash, which means to bring video and internet games to Smartphones. If you are lucky enough among Android smartphones, you will receive Froyo, as there are a very few who will get it. Have a look at the list and think.

In Flash 10.1 hands-on test on Android, PC lovers appreciate it much more and consider it great with amazing speeds. But unfortunately, according to Adobe, Hulu will not be lucky as it does not have distribution rights for the content to be available on mobile devices which means it cannot send video to smartphones. Hope Hulu have an immediate Android apps very soon.

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