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    Need HTML5 in order to play Pogo's Trizzle game

    My brother is a Pogo player.
    He likes to play Trizzle.
    Recently he canít play it because he gets an error message Error: Font will not load.
    --- The Flash player version is being replaced by HTML5 support from what Iíve read.
    He has a Dell Inspiron 3668 he purchased new about 18 months ago.
    --- OS is Home using version 1803 and if I remember correctly itís 1803.648.
    --- How can I install, download or whatever it takes to get HTML5 so he can get HTML5?

    He wantís me to download Google Chrome but isnít Microsoft Edge capable of using HTML5 for the average computer user?
    --- At the same time, I hope he doesnít risk losing Flash Player for anything else that HTML5 is needed for.

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    Flash has been replaced in all modern browsers by HTML5. Disable flash in your browser to test.
    IMO you should remove Flash completely as it's a major malware target. I've removed Flash from all my computers and don't miss it.

    cheers, Paul

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    Thanks Paul. I'm not a Pogo player and in reading complaints about some of their players, it's astounding how other browsers than Edge are mentioned but there are many failures on being able to run Pogo's Trizzle and a another game I don't recall. As usual others who say they don't have a problem running Trizzle, I haven't seen a single one include that it does work in Edge. I'll do what you recommend for my brother.

    EDIT: Is it possible to disable Flash in IE11 also?
    Last edited by cmptrgy; 2019-03-14 at 07:11.

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    Edge does support HTML5. It could be that the site does not support Edge.
    Joe

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    I found these 2 articles and will put them to good use.

    How-to-uninstall-and-disable-flash-in-every-web-browser
    https://www.howtogeek.com/222275/how...y-web-browser/

    How-to-enable-click-to-play-plugins-in-every-web-browser
    https://www.howtogeek.com/188059/how...y-web-browser/

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