Firefox is now joining the league of many other top browsers who are going to block flash contents in future. They are now reducing the Adobe Flash usage in coming times and it can be valuable to many users. Firefox recently announced officially that company is looking to block unwanted Flash contents to enhance user experience. Company also explained how certain tools like flash player is appearing to be a useful for web developers. They can amalgamate different types of contents on their page which can show more diversity on the page. This can ultimately give a different kind of experience to the web user.
The contents may be good for businesses. However overall it is not a good idea for the users as well as web browsers. The possibility of random browser crashes is always there. Moreover users may face stability issues also which can work as a blockage for accessing internet without any glitch. Moreover experts are not denying with the possibilities that malware and many other unsafe units can enter to the system which can compromise with the security of the users. Firefox is now looking to remove all these threats by blocking the unwanted contents. This can make the overall system smooth.
Currently Firefox is not saying the exact official date of blocking these contents. However it is almost certain that they will be blocked very soon. You may not see these types of contents from next year. Mozilla is confident that blocking these types of contents will assist the users to load the webpage quickly. Company further said that they are looking to work with Adobe so that users can get the right type of contents after the plugin is enabled because it will enhance the experience. They are also working with the developers so that they can start utilizing HTML5 in future. Next year we may see many changes on this section. Users will have to click flash content if they are looking to activate it automatically. Many other companies like Apple, Google and Microsoft are already not support these types of contents from the beginning of this year. Firefox is also looking to drop different NPAPI plugins. Therefore a lot of changes are going to happen in coming times. Users may get fresh experience from 2017. Firefox is among the top browsers and they have a history to provide safe browsing to their users.