I know flash is all taboo, but I want to get my kids one for their school work and their math program requires flash. They use Dolphin on their budget tablet now. Will this be possible on a Chromebook or is there another possibility?
- 09-21-2013, 09:40 AM #2
- 09-25-2013, 07:40 AM #4
Re: Chromebook browser
Yes, Google ships a packaged version of flash with Chrome OS. There's even a version for the ARM Chromebooks to get around annoying compatibility issues with the different architecture of the processor. YouTube and all of that generally works. I can't speak for this specific math program but I haven't hit anything on the web that my chromebook hasn't been able to handle yet.
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