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Mozilla equipped the latest version of Firefox with a tool that makes Flash more unnecessary. This tool is called Shumway and his mission is quite simple: to prevent “breaking” Web sites that use flash videos – even when you add Flash is not installed on the user’s browser.

Avoidance systems Flash are useful, but there are still many cases in which websites use the technology of Adobe. Shumway is responsible only for videos and at the time the system can cope with some websites. It only works on Windows and OS X.

It is a war against Flash and one of those rare cases where the creators of browsers seem to agree with each other. The majority agreed HTML 5 as standard, but some sites still use Flash for navigation.

At the end of last month, YouTube began to use HTML 5 by default, but still has Flash support, where appropriate it. In fact, Chrome browser still has its own built-in flash plugin to keep things under control and supervision. It will take some time before the Internet finally get rid of the aging and increasingly vulnerable technology of Adobe.

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