Yes, another post about plugins. Although certain functions such as Flash and PDF reading are being integrated into Chrome, Google has decided to add a feature to the Dev and Canary builds that allow users to turn off or click to play these plugins when prompted. In the main Settings window click Under the Hood. Click on Content Settings in the main window. Choose the Plug-ins tab. From the Plug-ins screen, you can opt to turn all plugins off, run click to play and have exceptions for sites like YouTube if you wish to. As we've seen, Flash is a hungry beast in terms of power and that is just one reason why being able to click to play is useful. There will be more plugins are web applications take hold so this is a preemptive attempt at trying to control them before they start to control the browser itself. via Lifehacker More