Adobe Flash Player has seen a few developments over the course of the past several days. Although Adobe Support announced it would no longer continue releasing the NPAPI version for its player, it can an updated version last week.
In September, the company said the support for Linux would continue, and users would be made aware of when future updates were available. And, that appears to be the truth. A few days ago, new versions of Adobe Flash Player for Linux for Chromium and Linux for Firefox were made public. Additional excitement was had because there were also updates for Chrome, Windows and MacOS.
According to Adobe’s support Chris Campbell, the update featured bug fixes, security updates and new features.
How To Do Download Adobe’s Latest Version
To get the latest version 18.104.22.168 you want to do it through the browser you’re using and through the Adobe website only. Make sure your computer’s anti-virus software allows you to use it.
People who have the Adobe Flash Player built into their Google Chrome browsers will only be able to get the update by enabling the feature. Go to https://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/ to get the update. You’ll need to hit the instructions that will direct you to a page where you choose what version of OS and Flash Player you need.
There are many websites that provide downloads for Adobe’s latest Flash Player version, but it’s important you choose ones that you trust so your computer doesn’t become infected with malware. The best thing you can do is download the updates from Adobe’s website.
The update includes new features such as:
- Instanced Drawing on AIR Desktop
- Separate HTTP and HTTPS permissions for Projection, Microphone and Camera classes
- Assumptions and Dependencies
Notification for the update tends to begin a week after the update’s been released.
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