Even though experts have realized that time has come to upgrade and move on from Flash, it’s still going to be a long time before that happens. Millions of websites still require Flash in order to run and this is why Microsoft has recently decided to bundle the software with Windows 10. Therefore, all Windows 10 users will receive automatic Flash updates.
However, this doesn’t fix all Flash-related problems. Popular browsers such as Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox do not ship with the software pre-installed. This is why today we are going to show everyone what are the steps that they need to follow in order to update Flash on their preferred browser.
Since Microsoft is the company directly in charge of Edge, then it should come as no surprise that updating Flash is super simple. All that you need to do is to follow the next steps access Start – Settings – Update & Security – Windows Update – Check for Updates. The latest Flash update will be bundled in the new Windows 10 release.
The first thing that you need to do is to check and see if Flash has been enabled on Mozilla Firefox. This can be done by access the menu, heading over to Add-ons, Plugins and then clicking on Preferences for Shockwave Flash. Set the “Always Activate” option as enabled. Additionally, the latest Flash update can be downloaded from Adobe’s website.
Once again, you will be required to enable Flash on Google Chrome. When you access a website that doesn’t run without Flash, you need to click on the Secure option in the address bar and select the “Site Settings” option. From here, scroll down and check the “Allow” option. When it comes to updating Flash on Google Chrome, you can do it manually from Adobe’s website.