On the heels of Google introducing automatic updating for the Adobe Flash plug-in, a future version of Google Chrome will include technology that blocks out-of-date plug-ins and helps users update them, Google said.
The company did not provide a timeline for this feature, except to say it will be "medium-term," in a post Monday on The Chromium Blog.
The browser also will eventually offer a warning when a user is about to run infrequently used plug-ins.
"Some plug-ins are widely installed but typically not required for today's Internet experience," the post said. "For most … Read more