Google Chrome married to Flash

For a single version during beta,, Chrome beta supported a nice, elegantly working plugin blocker. In the content settings you could choose to use plugins on demand. Now in it's disappeared again.

I think the reasons are probably the Adobe alliance allowing Google to distribute Flash with its browser and phones on the one hand and Google getting its money from advertizing. And flash ads probably just make more money. We can conclude that Chrome will probably be the last browser to include features users want but advertizers don't.


  1. Huh? It's still there in about:flags - "Click to play" at least on 12.0.725.0 (80304)...

  2. Yes it's there in some versions and not in others, I have no idea why...


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