Re: How do I completely uninstall or disable Flash's player/plugin?
notgiven at nodomain.net
Thu Dec 23 20:32:22 EST 2004
Sometime around Thu, 23 Dec 2004 22:10:26 +0000 (UTC), Blammo <ric.gates at bigsleep.org>
deemed it necessary to offer:
> On 23 Dec 2004 Possum Trot entered spamcop.geeks and left
> news:cqev3b$o4$1 at news.spamcop.net:
> > I happened upon this page (www.ozoneasylum.com/4999) while trying to
> > answer the above question. It works! I'm no longer plagued by the
> > ridiculous Flash crap or it's nag screens asking to install.
> You know they are the typical dumasses as that only works for Internet
I'm not sure I'd agree with the derogatory names, though I
do endorse using browser(s) other than IE.
It seems that the recent announcement of a major US
university encouraging the use of alternative browsers,
combined with the US federal agency proclaiming much
the same a few months back, are exceptional arguments
against the Redmond giant's addled browser.
I use, enjoy, endorse, and customize the dickens
out of the Opera browser(www.opera.com).
I can disable/enable Flash content on a
site-by-site basis with a single mouse-click,
among countless other useful tweaks.
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