Microsoft has changed plans for Flash, it will support it a little longer

With the forthcoming release of a stable version of Microsoft Edge based on Chromium, Microsoft has also announced how it will retire support for Adobe Flash technology in the browser.

At the same time, however, the company has changed plans for phasing out the previous version of Edge and Internet Explorer.

As for the new version of Edge, there plans to proceed the same way as other browsers built on Chromium. Flash will be disabled by default in an unspecified time, but the user will be able to enable it on individual pages. Its support will be completely removed from the browser by the end of 2020.

The plans for the previous version of Edge with the EdgeHTML core and Internet Explorer were published by Microsoft two years ago. In the second half of this year, he originally planned to disable Flash support by default in both browsers, and users could enable it and then enable Flash on each page.

It is currently announcing that it will not do so, and Flash support for browsers will continue to work as it currently does.

However, the deadline for completely removing Flash support from these two Microsoft browsers is unchanged from the original plan, and the company still plans to stop supporting it completely by the end of 2020.

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