Being the two major pieces of software which allow users view moving content such as games, videos and advertisements, the era of Adobe is slowly coming to an end as major websites are making the transition from Flash to HTML.
Some issues with security were recently encountered as every major tech website brought us news regarding critical vulnerabilities found in Adobe. They rolled out update after update but for the same security reasons people were advised to completely remove Adobe from their devices. We are here to give you some tips and tricks on how to do exactly that on major browsing software.
Google has taken the first step in completely ditching Adobe in their latest Chrome 53 update but some users can still find Flash installed on their respective devices. To either disable it or uninstall it you’ll have to open Google Chrome and go to its plugins section. An option named Adobe Flash Player will appear and you just have to click on the Disable button.
In order to have Shockwave Flash Player disabled in Internet Explorer, open the browser and go straight to the Settings gear button. Afterwards, select Manage add-ons. You will then have to select Toolbars and extensions which are found on the left-hand side and then right click and select Disable.
To disable Shockwave Flash Player in Mozilla, open the Firefox browser and click the horizontal lines which are to be found on the top right corner. Select Add-ons and then go to the Plugins section. You’ll have to find Shockwave flash and select the Never Activate option.
For one to be able to disable Flash Player on Microsoft’s browser, open Microsoft Edge and click on the three-dotted button. Select Settings and afterwards search for View Advanced Settings. On the following page you’ll find an option called Used Adobe Flash Player and make sure you will have it toggled off.
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