When will Click to Play option be out in the market?

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When will the netizens experience this Click to Play option?

Is it already out in the web?

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When will Click to Play option be out in the market?

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The click to play or (opt in activation) in Mozilla terms for all plug ins including flash,java and silverlight.It will be atleast 2 to 3 months before this click to pay will be available in the market.

The click to pay or opt in activation will prompt you to install or give a warning if you try to use an out of date add on for your browser. If you want to try this click to pay you can download, a nightly build of firefox

This click to pay option is already being offered on another browser which is Google chrome,but so far there is no browser out there that use this as a default settings on their browser.

Another advantage on using this click to pay on Mozilla Firefox is that it will make the browser faster to load and more secure to use with. It also can save your battery because when your loading is faster that before it only mean that your battery will not have to work overtime just to load a particular website.

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When will Click to Play option be out in the market?

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It is not clear when will Mozilla add the Click to Play function in their web browsers. According to their most recent announcement, they will enable the Click to Play functionality in all third-party plug-ins of Mozilla Firefox but this does not include the most recent version of Adobe Flash.

But if you are quite curious as to when will they put this feature in the web browser, the best suggestion would be to just keep on downloading the latest version of Mozilla Firefox to be kept updated on its progress. Maybe you will be surprised one day that the Click to Play feature is already available.

They said that the Click to Play feature will increase the browser’s performance and stability avoiding frequent crashes, and pauses or gaps.

The pauses or gaps usually happens when the browser loads and unloads poorly designed third-party plug-ins, high memory usage happens that sometimes leads to crashing of the web browser. With the Click to Play feature, this problem can greatly be avoided because you have in control as to which of the plug-ins to load or to not load. Some of the third-party plug-ins that pose security risks are outdated versions of Adobe Reader, Silverlight, and Java.

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