The latest version of Google Chrome brings good news for Adobe Flash supporters (Sorry, Flash on mobile is still dead). Google has announced that, with last week’s Chrome Stable update, they have brought a much deeper level of sandbox protection to Adobe Flash Player on Windows. Apparently, Google has been working with Adobe, for over two years, to do this.
Google credits this to a completely new plugin architecture, which not only helps in increasing stability and security, but also utilizes your computer’s GPU to render Flash faster. Google says, this has decreased crashes by over twenty percent. Windows (even XP), Linux and ChromeOS users should already be experiencing this from last week’s Chrome stable release. OSX support is still in the works.
Source: Chrome Blog Image courtesy: DigitalTrends