As most of you already know, the Adobe Flash Player is slowly dying and it is just a matter of time until the HTML5 will take over. In fact, HTML5 is already being used by big companies such as YouTube, but other websites will not switch to the new player.
The reason why Adobe Flash Player is dying is mostly because the big security issue it has, along with all the bugs, incompatibility and other problems that the application hasn’t fixed yet. It seems that Microsoft is already taking the initiative, as once you update to Windows 10 Creators Update, you will notice that it will automatically block Flash content.
The American multinational technology company headquartered in Redmond, Washington has also mentioned that websites that already support HTML5 will work without any problems and the users will have a clean experience.
We have to mention that once you visit a website that has Flash content in it with Microsoft Edge or Internet Explorer, you will have two options to either “Allow Once” or “Always Allow” Adobe Flash Player to run on your browser.
We suggest you to just select “Allow Once,” (if you really want to see the flash content) so that you can also block Adobe Flash Player on strange websites that you don’t trust.
Windows 10: How To Permanently Disable Flash In Microsoft Edge
To permanently disable Adobe Flash Player on your Microsoft Edge, you will need to take the following steps:
- Open the Microsoft Edge browser and click on the “More” (3 dotted button) button located in the top-right corner of the browser window and select Settings;
- Select “View Advanced Settings” and turn off the “Use Adobe Flash Player” feature.
Windows 10: How To Permanently Disable Flash In Internet Explorer
We’re not sure why someone will still use Internet Explorer or Windows 10, but if you have any reasons to do this, then don’t worry, because we also give you instructions on how to disable the Flash Player on it.
- Open Internet Explorer and click on the “Tools” button (it looks like a gear and it is found in the top-right corner of the browser window);
- After that, select Manage add-ons->Shockwave Flash Object and click “Disable”;
- Finally, click “Close” button and you’re done.