Google has issued version 22 of their much popular Chrome web browser and while it does not come with a major list of changes, there are couple of characteristics to find activated regarding if you are worry about security. Google has infused Chrome with the completely hardware accelerated Pepper Flash plug-in for users, resulting in what has been expressed as unrivaled safety against malicious Flash apps unveil lurking on the Internet.
Chrome has had its good share of vulnerabilities since past few years but as Geek comments, its sandbox has been pretty tough to become known – and that is the thing where Google is housing the Flash plug-in for safe holding. The company comments that Flash-related crashes have been declined by about 20 percent thanks to the alteration.
there’s no doubt if you are using the Linux version of Chrome, you are already familiar about this new feature as it was included in version 20 a couple of months before. It may look unusual that Linux’s users got the new PPAPI plug-in ahead of Windows users but it actually get sense seeing as Adobe confirmed to cease introducing a Flash plug-in for Linux some time before.
Chrome is rested on top of Linux so if there were no Flash support for Linux exist, then finally there would not be any Flash support for Chrome. And unlike Apple, Google has acknowledged that there are still many websites that use Flash content.
if you are Chrome Mac user, then you should be getting a similar update in the near future.