Google has released an updated version of its Chrome web browser that has Adobe’s Flash enabled by default, which should bring a happy smile to the folks over at Adobe. This will make things easier for users as they won’t have to download the plug-in separately, and it could also help mitigate crashes as it sandboxes the plug-in, preventing failures from compromising the tab or the whole browser itself. In a time where HTML5 is providing plenty of competition for Adobe Flash, such a move would be a nice step forward for Adobe. The latest release is already available for Linux, Mac and Windows systems.
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