Even if big companies have already ditched the Adobe Flash Player, there are still many other websites that are using this old player. The Adobe Flash Player is a free software which allows you to view multimedia, execute rich internet application and even stream audio and video on your browser. The Adobe Flash Player is able to run on a web browser as a plug-in and it is also supported by mobile devices.
Today we’re going to talk about a new Adobe Flash Player version that has been released for Windows 8.1 OS (x64). The new Adobe Flash Player version comes is fixing a security issue, which, if not resolved, might allow hackers to gain access to personal data from your computer or even control it.
It is good to know that even if Adobe is releasing new Flash Player versions very frequently, now it is just a matter of time until this player will finally die. As we’ve told you above, big companies such as YouTube have ditched the Adobe Flash Player for HTML5. The reason that they did that is because HTML5 is more stable and secure, which we can’t say the same about Adobe Flash Player.
How To Install The Latest Adobe Flash Player Version On Your Windows 8.1 (x64) OS
First of all, you will need to head to this page and download the Windows8.1-KB3154132-x64.msu file. Once the download is complete, you will be able to run the file and follow the prompts to install the latest Adobe Flash Player on your computer. Once the installation is complete, you will need to restart your browser in order to make sure that the latest Adobe Flash Player runs on it.
Have you tested the Adobe Flash Player on Windows 8.1 (x64) OS? Do you still trust this software?
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