Microsoft has released the Windows Insider Build 15002, which has introduced the click-to-run for Flash Player in Microsoft Edge browser. We have to agree that this is actually a good thing, as many users were getting their computers exposed because this player comes with many security issues.
Back then, Microsoft has mentioned that the Microsoft Edge browser will now automatically block “untrusted” Flash content by default until the user explicitly chooses to play it. This means better stability, security and performance for your computer, but at the same time, it is preserving the option to run Flash when you select it.
Unfortunately, there are websites that doesn’t recognize that you have installed the Flash Player on your computer. For example, there are websites that are hosting live streams for specific TV channels and some of them are telling you that you need to install Adobe Flash Player in order to view the live TV channel, even if you have the Flash Player already installed on your computer.
We remind you that the Adobe Flash Player is integrated into Internet Explorer in both Windows 10 and Windows 10, but also in Microsoft Edge in Windows 10. However, for some reason, the browser is not recognizing the player being installed. Unfortunately, there is no information about how you can fix this problem, but hopefully Adobe (or the owners of the mentioned browsers) will find a way to fix this issue.
So, if you have problems when watching live TV streams on your browser because the Flash Player is not recognized, you are in a bad luck and you will have to wait for the developers to find a way to fix this problem. And if they won’t manage to fix it, then you have even more bad luck.
Are you watching live TV streams on your computer? Did you ever have this issue before?
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