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Chome to Automatically pause Flash content like auto-playing ads

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Chome to Automatically pause Flash content like auto-playing ads

 

Google has recently announced that they be have been working with Adobe in order to make flash more efficient on chrome.

With the newest beta of Google Chrome you can choose a power saving option which will save your PC power by playing less flash content. This means that flash content which isn't "central to a webpage" will be paused. This means that flash animations on the webpage will pause, while you flash video/ or other important flash content will play as normal.  

 

Chome to Automatically pause Flash content like auto-playing ads  

One use for this new feature will be to automatically stop auto-playing video or audio ads from starting, eliminating one of he Internets many plagues. it is expected that chrome will occasionally pause an important piece of content by accident, but you can simply enable it again by clicking it.

This feature will be enables by default in a future version of Google Chrome, but right now is available on the Chrome beta version on Windows, Mac and Linux. It is expected to be in a non-beta release as soon as September of this year.

 

You can join the discussion on Chrome Automatically pausing flash content on the OC3D Forums.  

 

 

Chome will soon Automatically pause Flash content like auto-playing ads. It is currently in Beta....

Posted by OC3D on Monday, 8 June 2015
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08-06-2015, 09:19:54

Emu
About time, it is really annoying to open up a few webpages, start reading one and all of a sudden you have some video ads with loud sounds, random news stories auto-playing, and so on...Quote

08-06-2015, 10:12:08

Davva2004
I run ublock in Chrome anyway to block all ads, apart from on here.Quote
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