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According to IT House on August 23, Google Chrome users received a push message that Flash would stop the service. Chrome said in the article that Adobe has made it clear that it will completely stop updates to Web-side services such as Chrome by the end of 2020. Chrome said in the article that after Flash stops updating, Chrome will also completely remove Flash support, and HTML5 on Web will also replace Flash..
Over the past 20 years, Flash has witnessed almost the development of the Internet, from web games to video apps to online apps, and games such as QQ pets have been shut down with the end of Flash. 80 percent of Chrome users have visited sites with Flash in the past three years, but that proportion has fallen to 17 percent, according to Chrome.
Chrome said in the article that Chrome has been phasing down Flash over the past few years, from web prompts, to default shutdown, and finally to total removal, and that Chrome will remove Flash completely by the end of 2020.