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Microsoft plans to kill unnecessary Adobe Edge Flash content to improve browser in future

Microsoft plans to kill unnecessary Adobe Edge Flash content to improve browser in future

Microsoft plans to kill unnecessary Adobe Edge Flash content to improve browser in future

Microsoft wants to end once the penalty Adobe Flash content that are relevant to the website. The company presented its development plans for the Edge web browser, the default browser on Windows 10, Microsoft Wednesday and so revealed his desire Flash to prevent a nuisance to be a once and for all.
The company plans to site “unnecessary” content and interrupting “isolate Adobe Flash in a separate process.” This basically means that when lightning crashed, it would not be the rest of the browser with it.
The company joins a list of big names that Adobe Flash have a limited, but Microsoft’s decision can have a major impact. Market share of global browser Internet Explorer continues to show NetMarketShare, run to dominate with 46.9 percent of the computer. to restrict any decision Microsoft tremendous influence large community of users, those who stuck with the browser of your computer.
Microsoft is not the first company to combat flash. Steve Jobs former Apple CEO celebrates denied Flash on the iPhone or iPad support. “The mobile era is about low device power, touch interfaces and open web standards – all areas where Flash to it,” Jobs said in an open letter in April 2010, this year in October, Apple including Flash stopped with Macs ,
Google has also taken steps to liberate irritating behavior the world of Flash. His Chrome browser automatically blocks flash advertising, developers encourage instead Web standard to use HTML5.
Adobe itself seems to recognize the inevitability of death flash. is the company changed the name of the Professional Suite Flash uses Flash to create “revive Adobe animations.” The software is still animations flash, but now supports other standards like HTML5.