Adobe Flash continues to lose every day. Today, Microsoft announced that the Microsoft Edge browser will block Flash content.
The feature that will come with the new Microsoft Edge update will automatically block Adobe Flash content. Of course, Microsoft, who also thinks about Internet sites that have Flash content, has shared it with Blog, and stated that Flash content can be used one time or at any time provided that it is allowed.
Indicating that the Edge browser will be faster, safer and less battery-consuming, thanks to this step, Microsoft says that Windows Insiders will have the right to use this feature early on.
Adobe Flash content is automatically blocked by many Internet browsers due to the security vulnerabilities and performance losses they have. Chrome, Firefox and Safari, the leading browsers of the Internet world, took this step in the past.