Posts Tagged ‘PPAPI’

How to Force Flash Updates in Chrome

Thursday, February 23rd, 2017

Even though Flash is quickly falling out of favor with many users, there are still plenty of folks who rely on Flash. Since Chrome is sometimes a bit slow about pushing Flash updates, security conscious Flash users might want to be a bit more proactive about updates.

The following guide walks you through the steps of checking the installed Flash version in Google Chrome, and forcing it to update if an outdated version is used by the browser. All versions of the Google Chrome web browser ship with Adobe Flash installed natively in the browser. While Chrome does not support classic NPAPI plugins anymore, Chrome is still supporting PPAPI plugins of which Flash is one.

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Chrome 42 Blocks Java, Silverlight and other Plugins by Default Now

Wednesday, April 15th, 2015

If Chrome is behaving differently today, this might explain why …

Google pushed out an update to the stable channel of its browser Chrome yesterday that brought the version of the browser to 42. With it comes the second phase of a major change in regards to how plugins are handled by the browser.

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