Adobe Flash Player is (still) the standard application for delivering high-impact, rich web content. Unfortunately, the application is slowly dying and HTML5 is taking advantage of the situation. In fact, the Adobe Flash Player has already been ditched by YouTube and other big companies, in favor of HTML5.
However, we have to mention that Flash Player still has a wide user base and it is a common format for animations, games, graphical user interfaces embedded in web pages and more. The big downside of the application is that it comes with many bugs and security issues, which can allow hackers to gain control of your computer.
Adobe Flash Player Player 18.104.22.168: What’s New?
The newest Flash Player version comes with new bug fixes and security patches. It seems that Adobe is trying to fix all these security issues on its Flash Player, but it seems that they never end.
However, until HTML5 will be available on most websites, we will be stuck with the Flash Player. In other words, we suggest you to update the Flash Player as soon as a new version is released.
The latest Adobe Flash Player version 22.214.171.124 can be downloaded directly from the official Adobe website. Once the download is complete, you will need to run the .exe file and follow the prompts.
Whether we like it or not, we are still stuck with Adobe’s Flash Player for a few more months. However, if rumors prove to be right, before the end of 2017 more and more websites will ditch this player for HTML5. We remind you that a few weeks ago, Google has disabled the Flash Player on its Chrome browser, but you don’t need to worry about it, as you can manually enable it without any problems (for now).
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