Google has recently launched a beta version for Chrome, promising to improve web experiences by putting an end to Flash animations that disrupt normal webpage browsing and viewing. In a joint effort with Adobe, the search-engine giant has successfully stopped Flash content, including those with audio.
This new beta update is smart enough to find out which video content has to be shut down. Instead of playing the flash advertisements automatically, it determines the relevance of the content to the website. If it is found irrelevant, Chrome will stop the flash ads before they can start playing.
Those interested in downloading this latest beta version can visit the browser’s website. The new feature can be turned on manually after the successful installation of the browser. For this, you simply have to go to settings and then select “Detect and run important plugin content”.
For those interested to install the stable version, they can wait for its release that is expected this September. This new update on Chrome not only provides improved browsing experience but also reduces power consumption significantly. Therefore, you can browse your favorite websites much longer before your computer battery runs out of power.