That's fine if the desired content is in HTML5 or has an HTML5 fallback (a significant amount of desirable content is in Flash without an HTML5 fallback, which is why Edge still supports Flash in the first place).BaronHK wrote:It's easy to block Flash ads despite the limitations in MSFT's content blocking API. Just go to Advanced Settings and turn off Flash in Edge.
trueBaronHK wrote:For most people, Flash was just an overglorified video player.
I suspect "false", and definitely not such an overwhelming majority as to be able to get your video fix without Flash.BaronHK wrote:Fortunately, most sites fall back to HTML 5 now.
Roninnin wrote:My biggest issue with the update is that my filters get reset (only EasyList repopulates) if I clear browsing data in Edge.
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