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Control Flash Contents And Save Webpage Loading Time And Broadband Usage

FlashControl is a handy extension for Google Chrome that lets you control flash contents embedded in a webpage from loading (enable or disable). The main benefit of this extension is that you can reduce the webpage loading time and broadband usage charge. It will also block flash based advertisements.

This content-filtering extension adds a Control Panel to each Flash player embedded in a webpage. Each control panel has buttons that allow you to turn the Flash player on and off, and toggle its visibility.

Also Read :Block Flash and Silverlight content in webpages

Moreover, from the FlashControl preference page you can load and unload Flash players from a webpage you're viewing, temporarily unblock Flash players for any given tab while browsing a website, add a website address to a whitelist, disable FlashControl's functionality altogether, and activate your personal preferences page.

You can install FlashControl from Chrome extension gallery


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