Why disabling Flash in Chrome is better than Click-to-Play

Chrome comes with its own Flash plugin and – if you’ve enabled “click-to-play plugins” you might get the impression that Flash is still widely used (and required) on the internet. According to what I’ve read today, this might be misleading: Even though you’ve enabled click-to-play, websites will still detect that your browser supports Flash and serve you the Flash-enabled version instead of the Flash-less alternative.

To disable Flash in Google Chrome, enter “chrome://plugins” and then click on “Disable”:
Disable Flash in Google Chrome

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