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New Windows 10 update removes Flash Player once and for all


Microsoft has started distributing an update for the Windows 10 operating system that will permanently remove Adobe Flash Player. The KB4577586 patch is part of a set of cumulative updates released in early February 2021 and is intended for Windows 10 20H2, 2004 and later versions.

Although the KB4577586 update appears to be optional, it is automatically downloaded when the user clicks the Check for updates button on Windows Update. This patch will be the last goodbye to Adobe Flash Player for all versions of the operating system and will be distributed via Windows Update to more users in the coming weeks according to Microsoft.

It is also important to note that the new Windows 10 update cannot be “uninstalled” and the user cannot restore Flash Player support. Microsoft has also confirmed that some Flash components may still reside on the user’s computer system thanks to third-party applications. The patch is only intended to remove the Flash Player installed by Microsoft and will not affect any version of the software installed manually.

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