Having announced to completely ditch Adobe Flash Player for their web browser, Google is rapidly making the transition to the safer and more reliable HTML 5. Those who still use Adobe Flash Player in their Chrome browser are encountering some crashes and we are here to tell you how to completely solve this issue.
Despite having issued a statement that they’ve fixed the problem which caused Google Chrome to crash, Adobe is still encountering some problems on devices which run this browser. If you are still having issues with it crashing do make sure that you have your browser updated to its latest version.
Google is trying to ditch Flash ever since it released Google 53 back in September 2016 and they’ve even announced that it will be completely disabled by February this year when the new Google 56 rolls out. Adobe Flash Player will be disabled by default and if you still want to is it one is required to manually enable it.
Having experienced a lot of vulnerability problems thus making it a favorite target for cyber-attackers, Adobe’s reign will be ruled over by HTML 5. The new platform is considered to be much lighter and faster and packs better optimizations in order to save you some precious battery life.
Having its own Flash Player embedded into the browser, Chrome will update Flash at the same time it receives an update itself. The only option that one has available is to have Google Chrome updated to the latest version and this can be checked by searching the app on Google’s Play Store or let the app do the job for you. Once its ready, re-launch the app and you shouldn’t experience crashes any more.
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