Windows 10’s new update that Adobe Flash Player will be automatically removed

Adobe reported in January that it stopped supporting Flash Player and starts to block its active content.


Following this release, Microsoft has upgraded Windows 10 on 20H2, 2004, and older computers.

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The upgrade would remove the Windows 10 operating systems installed Adobe Flash Player. It cannot be uninstalled after it is set up. Even so, users can restore the entire system to a particular full backup they have developed.


You cannot use this alternative in restoring previous configurations if you have not developed one. Microsoft notes that the users may attempt to reinstall windows to hold the Flash Player because of this update.


Remember that the Adobe Flash Player will not be removed if you have configured it manually. Only Microsoft's Flash Player with Edge would be removed. You would be allowed to use a browser plugin on any third-party browser apart from Chrome and Firefox.

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However, it is recommended not to use the Flash Player because it could be vulnerable, malware-related, and security-risk under Adobe for the future.

That's the look of the upgrade.

Windows 10’s new update that Adobe Flash Player will be automatically removed

It is rolling out to the masses at the moment.

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