Microsoft will completely remove Adobe Flash Player in July

Adobe Flash Player will be completely removed in Windows 10 this summer. Starting in July, the windows 10 “update for removal of Adobe Flash player”, will become necessary. With the new windows 10 update version 21H1, supposed to release this month, will also remove the Adobe Flash player.

Older windows versions like windows 8.1, windows server 2012, and windows Embedded 8 standard will also get the update that removes the Adobe Flash Player. Microsoft announced the timeline with an updated blog post.

Microsoft is removing the Adobe Flash Player from its own Microsoft Edge web browser with an update that most people will have received and updated automatically. And now they removing the Adobe Flash Player that comes with the bundled with windows. And support for the update says that this update will not remove a version of Adobe Flash Player manually installed from another source.

Popular web browsers started to ditch the Adobe Flash Player back in 2016. And also, Adobe stopped supporting legacy last year.  

Janidu Teshan
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