Posts in Flash

Screen capture showing an Edge browser window with a dialog from the address bar which reads "Adobe Flash content was blocked. Do you want to allow Adobe Flash to run on this site?" The options are Close, Allow Once, and Allow Always.
PC, Tablet

Extending User Control of Flash with Click-to-Run

By Crispin Cowan and Microsoft Edge Team

Adobe Flash has been an integral part of the web for decades, enabling rich content and animations in browsers since before HTML5 was In modern browsers, web standards pioneered by Microsoft, Adobe, Google, Apple, Mozilla, and many others are now… Read more

Photo of a Surface Pro 3 attached to instantaneous power consumption equipment.
Mobile, PC, Tablet

Building a more power efficient browser

By Brandon Heenan

Today, Jason Weber shared a post on the Windows Experience Blog demonstrating the power efficiency of Microsoft Edge over other popular browsers on Windows With the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, we are hard at work pushing the envelope further, engineering… Read more


Putting Users in Control of Flash

By Microsoft Edge Team

One of our top priorities in building Edge has been that the web should be a dependably safe, performant, and reliable place for our To that end, we’re introducing a change to give users more control over the power and… Read more