Google chrome flash player not updating
In the interface design area, Chrome is not much different from the rest of its competitors.Actually, it’s not the nicest of them all – think of Opera’s beautiful themes and speed dial, for instance – but that doesn’t seem to detract from its popularity.Despite it has its drawbacks, it is clearly the one users prefer, most probably because of its full and seamless integration and synchronization with your smartphone and any other Android devices.
Chrome initially used the Web Kit rendering engine to display web pages.
More importantly, the integrated Flash Player has now been enabled by default.
As Stephen Shankland over at CNET points out, built-in Flash was previously only available in the developer and beta releases of the speedy Web Kit-based browser, and the release to the Stable channel means the integrated plug-in is now available in its mainstream version.
Actually, many users believe that a browser should be as discreet and invisible as possible, and leave all the glamor to the web pages themselves.
Chrome’s tabs are, however, really nice both to use and look at, with a design that, in terms of usability, surpasses all the rest.