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Microsoft is finally killing off Flash in Windows 10 this summer

Support for Adobe Flash has been fading away for some time now. It's been removed from all modern browsers, and it's been unsupported by Adobe since the beginning of the year. Microsoft has been slowly killing it off in Windows 10 by offering an update to remove the software. For most people, that update installed automatically...

Ruffle emulator gives new life to your archived Flash Player games

After serving the web for almost 25 years, Adobe Flash finally met its demise last month. Adobe decommissioned it on the 1st of January, 2021, by blocking it from all kinds of browsers, and a few days later, all Flash Player content was also blocked. However, if you are one of those who have archived...

Firefox to Drop Support for Adobe Flash with v56 Update

Many people praised Android for its continued support of Flash when other competitors refused to allow it on their platform. However, recently we've seen a shift to the point where even Adobe says they're ending support for Flash in the next three years. The latest beta of Firefox from Mozilla has been released and it...

How To Flash Grace UX (Note 7) ROM

A few days ago, Zach showed us his review for the Grace UX ROM which can be seen here. Today we have another video for you. This time you can learn how to flash this awesome ROM on your own device, using this step by step guide. For this tutorial  you will need a Galaxy...

Best Mods For The OnePlus 3

The OnePlus 3 is great. You may have seen the extensive review that was posted on XDA, but today we are going to talk about what you can do to make the OnePlus 3 even better. Let's go over some of the most common gripes of the phone and a few mods that can fix them. Screen Brightness Many...