Microsoft continues to remove Flash Player from all versions of Windows 10. The optional update that removes Flash Player has been available since February and appears to operating system users at various intervals as part of the "gradual" removal.
Η company τερμάτισε για πρώτη φορά την υποστήριξη του Adobe Flash Player στα programs περιήγησής της (edge and Internet Explorer 11). Τον Φεβρουάριο, η Microsoft δημοσίευσε την Flash Player-killer KB4577586 σαν μια προαιρετική ενημέρωση στο Windows Update (WU) και στο Windows Server Update Services (WSUS).
Next Patch Tuesday will completely shut down Flash Player.
On April 27, Microsoft announced the new changes that will be released in June and July. According to the roadmap, no separate update will be required to remove Flash Player.
The optional Windows 10 "C" and "D" updates, which will be released in June, will remove Flash Player.
For those unfamiliar, versions C or D of Windows 10 are updated in the third or fourth week of the month. These updates are completely optional and include non-security updates.
But even if you do not install the optional update, the Flash Player will be removed with the mandatory Patch Tuesday update.
So the 21H1 version of Windows 10, or May 2021 Update, will be the first version of the operating system to be released without Adobe Flash Player. If you upgrade to the May 2021 Update, Flash Player will automatically stop running on your system.