Google Chrome to bundle Adobes' Flash & PDF support

"Google Chrome browser and operating system bundled with Adobe Systems' Flash in a deeper partnership" announced Google. Latest builds of Chromium, Google's open-source browser, show that Chrome will use internal plug-ins for Flash and PDF, which’re bundled with the browser. Chrome has implemented some NPAPI extensions for "2D, 3D, and mouse/keyboard events" using Mozilla Pepper, […]

"Google Chrome browser and operating system bundled with Adobe Systems' Flash in a deeper partnership" announced Google. Latest builds of Chromium, Google's open-source browser, show that Chrome will use internal plug-ins for Flash and PDF, which’re bundled with the browser. Chrome has implemented some NPAPI extensions for "2D, 3D, and mouse/keyboard events" using Mozilla Pepper, a platform-independent framework for browser plug-ins. There’re already switches for enabling the internal PDF and Flash plug-ins, but they don't work yet. Chrome OS could take advantage of the new plug-ins because users no longer have to install them and they'll be more stable. In other news, a recent Chromium build added a new internal page (chrome://plugins) that lets you disable individual plug-ins.

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