Discussion in 'General Software' started by BGBG, Nov 14, 2020.
I just got this notice. How do I tell if I have any adobe flash content I need to access?
Most places don't use Flash any more. The ones that do, well, I wouldn't bother with them. If you go to a site and get a pop-up that says you need Flash, just go somewhere else.
Click the Uninstall button.
Also, check your your Control Panel /Programs and Features. If you see Flash in there, uninstall it.
We went through this in October.
Use the uninstall tool
Fire up the browsers you use and if you see flash listed under plugins, disable it then uninstall it.
There are currently 3 versions of flash: activex for IE, NPAPI for Firefox, and PPAPI for Chrome and browsers based on Chromium.
I'm not sure if the removal tool removes all 3 versions, that's why you will need to look in the non-IE browsers to see if it is still showing.
Right! I had forgotten this. Will study it over. Unsure if I use it now or not.
I DO see I have Adobe Flash Player 32 ActiveX and NPAPI but no idea if I use them or how.
Whether you use them or not, they should be removed!
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