Starting Tomorrow, Google Chrome will kill off Flash-based ads forever!

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Starting September 1st, Chrome will kill all Flash-Ads by default. Google explained in a post on Google Plus that the decision to kill flash ads is to make Google Chrome even faster.

Will Chrome block Flash videos also?

These changes will affect only flash ads, flash videos will continue to work. With HTML 5 becoming increasingly popular for video as well, we might see the true death of Flash sooner.

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Google has been talking about this change from the beginning of this year to alert the advertisers, saying that not only removing Flash will increase the speed and the browsing experience, but its often used to spread malware on the internet.

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