Chrome Now Automatically Pauses Flash Content That Isn’t ‘Central’ To A Web Page

577990701_459d0cedc3_o Auto-playing Flash content can drain your laptop’s batteries (and, if it’s an auto-playing ad with audio, get on your nerves). Thankfully, Google has now partnered with Adobe to keep Flash on Chrome in check. Starting with today’s release of the latest Chrome desktop Beta, the browser will now automatically pause Flash animations that — in Google’s words &#8212… Read More

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