Support for Adobe Flash officially ends today. The age-old multimedia player and creation tool will cease to work after December 31, 2020, bringing an end to a legendary internet application. Although Flash’s userbase had dropped significantly in the past five years, removing Flash Player support completely will cause some websites and online games to stop
Ubuntu is the most popular Linux operating system available today. It’s relied on by businesses around the world and is most people’s first Linux experience. Whether you’re looking to switch from Windows to Ubuntu, setting up a new computer, or creating a virtual machine, you’ll need to install Ubuntu first. The easiest way to get
You’re on your break at work and think it would be great to play a fun game in your browser. Unfortunately, you’re not allowed to install Adobe Flash on your computer. However, you figure there aren’t any good browser games that don’t require Flash, right? Wrong! HTML5 games are available in any modern browser and
Find that Flash games are running slow on your computer? While Flash has long been a popular platform for browser games thanks to its ubiquity, it often suffers from poor performance as well. If you experience hang-ups and crashes while playing, we’ll explain how to make Flash games run faster so you can enjoy your
USB flash drives come in all shapes and sizes. But sometimes, all you need is sheer speed—and if that’s the case, what’s the fastest USB flash drive today? A quick glance at Amazon will show that there are plenty of brands claiming to be the fastest USB stick, whether it’s USB 3.0 or USB 3.1.
Flash cards are an incredibly useful tool for helping you memorize anything. You should use them whether you’re learning to code, studying for an exam, or even doing some public speaking. You can jot facts and details onto the cards and use them as prompts. Or with double-sided cards you can write a question on