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Goodbye again, Flash—Microsoft makes removal from Windows 10 mandatory – Ars Technica

Windows “Update for Removal of Adobe Flash Player” becomes mandatory this July.

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Microsoft rings yet another bell in the dirge for Flashthe KB that removes it from Windows 10 will become mandatory this July.
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Microsoft, Apple, Google, Mozilla, and even Adobe itself have all deprecated Adobe Flash technology, which reached end of life on January 1 of this year. This July, Microsoft is taking things one step furtherKB4577586, aka Update for Removal of Adobe Flash Player, will become mandatory for all versions of Windows 10.

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