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Microsoft Edge is Microsoft’s browser solution. It comes as the default option with Windows 10, which of course can be modified so your default browser becomes whatever you like. However, as the browser that Microsoft is shipping and promoting, using both Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Edge could have its benefits. One of the perks of using the browser is having Chrome-like Flash integration. Google Chrome offers Flash integration, meaning that its users never have to download and install Adobe Flash updates (ever!). That’s a pretty cool feature to have, as some might still remember the frustration that came with each new Flash update. Microsoft Edge is also offering Flash integration, meaning that Edge users will benefit from the same “get all the updates with no hassle” policy as Chrome does.

If for whatever reason you want to disable the feature, you can do so from the browser’s settings. Developers sometimes use outdated or special versions of Adobe Flash so they can be tested, or otherwise serve in some other way to their purposes. If you find yourself in a similar situation, or not similar at all but just want to deactivate the feature, the remainder of this article will teach you how.

The first thing you need to do is open the browser’s Settings page, by clicking the three dots on the top right corner. Next, navigate down to the Settings option. From there, you will need to access the Advanced Settings tab.  This section features the Use Adobe Flash Player option. Those who want to deactivate it have reached the right place.

It is recommended that you keep the integrated Flash player enabled, as it constantly updates and makes sure you are using the best solution available when accessing content that requires Flash.

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