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    Google is looking to better your laptop's battery life by automatically pausing any unnecessary Flash content in Chrome.


    Google announced that it has worked with Adobe to bring a new feature to its Chrome desktop browser that automatically pauses Flash content that isn't essential to a website that you're viewing. The hope is that the feature will help cut down on battery drain for those of us doing some heavy browsing on our laptops.

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    06-04-2015 06:30 PM

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