“Other than Adobe and the few folks who make a living creating Flash games, Flash advertisements, and videos that require Flash, who likes Flash? Apparently, no one at Apple because Flash hasn’t shipped on a new Mac in a few years,” Ron McElfresh writes for NoodleMac.

“If you’re one of those unlucky folks who still has Flash installed on your Mac and it gives you grief from time to time by sucking up battery power and CPU power, here are a few tricks to kill Flash on your Mac,” McElfresh writes. “Your Mac will run faster, cooler, longer without Flash.”

McElfresh writes, “To give you an idea of Apple’s official position on Flash and why Flash doesn’t live on iPhone or iPad, read the Thoughts on Flash, penned by Steve Jobs back in 2010. That missive marked the end of the reign of Flash.”

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