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Adobe abandons Linux

3 years agoTechnology : Open Source

Adobe has announced its future plans for Flash and AIR and Linux isn’t part of them. Flash will still, however, be available to Linux desktop users who use Google’s Chrome Web browser.
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Google declares Flash is now ‘fully sandboxed’ in Chrome for Windows, Mac, Linux and Chrome OS

Technology : The Next Web Blog (2 years ago)

Google today announced that Adobe Flash Player is now “fully sandboxed” in Chrome on all desktop platforms it supports: Windows, Mac, Linux, and Chrome OS. This is a big achievement... Keep reading ? Read Post

Fix the Chrome Shockwave Flash Plugin Problem

Technology : (2 years ago)

Many people use Google’s Chrome web browser for surfing the Internet because it’s fast, stable and generally reliable.  However, quite  a few users have a problem with Adobe’s Shockwave Flash plugin for the browser.  It’s likely not... Read Post

Why are Two Flash Player Plugins Running In Google Chrome?

Technology : (3 years ago)

Most users of the Google Chrome web browser know that Google has integrated Adobe’s Flash Player in cooperation with Adobe into the web browser. The core advantage here is that Google can update the Flash plugin in the browser for i... Read Post

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