Microsoft is removing Adobe Flash Player from Windows

Adobe has already discontinued support, and Microsoft is now announcing that Flash Player will also completely disappear from Windows 10 from June this year.

Adobe had already finally discontinued support for the Flash Player on January 1st of this year – after a very long grace period of several years. Now the Flash Player will also disappear from Windows, announce the Redmond-based company Blog post update. Accordingly, Flash will be completely removed from Windows 10 in June 2021.
Then the cumulative update KB4577586 will remove the Flash component from Windows. KB4577586 has already been partially delivered, but will be distributed more widely in June. KB4577586 will then be available in the preview update for Windows 10, version 1809 and higher. If the update is not yet displayed, this can also be done via Microsoft Update Catalog download manually.

Starting in July, KB4577586 (update to remove Adobe Flash Player) will be included in the final cumulative update for Windows 10 version 1607 and Windows 10 version 1507. The update will also be included in the monthly rollout and the security-only update for Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012 and Windows Embedded 8 Standard.

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