Adobe to Linux users: Get Chrome or forget Flash

    Date24 Feb 2012
    CategoryLatest News
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    Posted ByAnthony Pell
    Adobe today said that it would stop offering direct downloads of Flash Player for Linux, telling users to move to Google's Chrome browser, which bundles Flash with its updates. Today's demotion of Flash Player on Linux to Chrome-only was the second time in the last three months that Adobe has withdrawn some or all support from a version of the popular media software: In November, Adobe announced it was abandoning development of Flash for mobile browsers, including the new Chrome for Android .
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