• Goodbye again, Flash-Microsoft makes removal from Windows 10 mandatory

    11 days ago - By Ars Technica

    Microsoft rings yet another bell in the dirge for Flash-the KB that removes it from Windows 10 will become mandatory this July.
    Microsoft, Apple, Google, Mozilla, and even Adobe itself have all deprecated Adobe Flash technology, which reached end of life on January 1 of this year. This July, Microsoft is taking things one step further- KB4577586 , aka Update for Removal of Adobe Flash Player, will become mandatory for all versions of Windows 10.
    The update in question won't remove third-party installations of the Flash player-only versions that have been bundled with Windows itself. The...
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  • Microsoft is ramping up efforts to forcibly remove Flash from Windows with KB4577586 update

    Microsoft is ramping up efforts to forcibly remove Flash from Windows with KB4577586 update

    11 days ago - By Beta News

    The software blight and security nightmare that is Flash has all but died. In theory it is dead already, with support for Adobe Flash Player having drawn to an end last year and Microsoft having pushed out an update to carve it out of Windows. But the company has realized that there are a lot of systems out there that still have the cancerous software installed, and starting next month it will ramp up its effort to kill it off once and for all. This means that more people will be receiving the KB4577586 update. See also: You can now...
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  • Flash Player in Windows 10 will soon be toast

    Flash Player in Windows 10 will soon be toast

    11 days ago - By Tech Radar

    An upcoming Windows 10 update will permanently disable Flash Player.
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