Tag: flash

How Flash works with Safari 11 in macOS High Sierra

Even though it’s off by default, you can still use the Flash plug-in in Safari on macOS High Sierra. Here’s how. While sites and services continually adopt newer technologies such as HTML5 in the place of Flash and other older plug-ins, in your internet activity you’ll …

Adobe plans to end-of-life Flash

Adobe has announced that it is planning “to end-of-life Flash”. From 2020 the software firm will no longer distribute or update Flash. Meanwhile it is working with various major internet facing technology companies, such as Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Mozilla, to help migrate Flash users …

GNOME Twitch: Watch Twitch Without Flash on Linux

Twitch is a hugely popualr video streaming site Twitch.tv needs little introduction. The massively popular video streaming site has become the beating heart of modern gaming culture, allowing gamers to share the experience of playing. It’s the go-to place to check out gameplay for the latest …

Safari 10 to turn off Flash by default

Apple's Safari is driving another nail in the coffin of Adobe Flash by no longer telling websites that offer both Flash and HTML5 that the plug-in is installed on users' Macs. The Mac maker is planning similar measures with other plug-ins like Java, Silverlight, and QuickTime. …

SanDisk Unveils New Generation of USB Type-C Flash Drives

Last year SanDisk released its first-gen USB flash drives featuring two types of connectors: USB-A and USB-C in a bid to address the growing market of devices featuring USB Type-C, but retain compatibility with billions of legacy devices. This year, SanDisk introduced a new generation of …

How To Get Flash And H.264 To Work In Vivaldi Browser (Ubuntu, Linux Mint)

Get Vivaldi browser to support H.264 Before installing “chromium-codecs-ffmpeg-extra” After installing “chromium-codecs-ffmpeg-extra” sudo apt-get install chromium-codecs-ffmpeg-extra And restart Vivaldi. Get Adobe Flash working in Vivaldi Browser If Google Chrome is not installed on your system, to get Vivaldi browser to use the Google Chrome Pepper Flash …