You can still enjoy using Flash Player for older computers. This is great news for those who are still using outdated browsers. Basically, this is applicable for users of older PCs or Macs.
Adobe Flash Player 28 is downloadable from the official site. In fact, you can get an online installer for Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 or Mac OS X. However, if your computer is no longer supported on your device, you can opt for the offline installer for your computer.
The offline installer for Flash Player 28X can be downloaded from direct links for Windows and Mac.
- For Windows Internet Explorer 32bit and 64bit, you can get Flash Player from https://fpdownload.macromedia.com/pub/flashplayer/latest/help/install_flash_player_ax.exe
- Firefox Browser 32bit and 64bit can also install from the same link above.
- This is also applicable for Google Chrome and Opera browsers 32bit and 64bit.
For the Mac OS X, all supported browsers can get the Flash Player 28X for Safari and Firefox, Opera, and Chromium-based browsers. You can also get the latest online installer from the official https://www.adobe.com/in/products/flashplayer/distribution.html.
However, for security purposes, it is important to consider updating your browsers in order to avoid any issues when using Flash Player. It was already announced by Adobe that by 2020 they will no longer support Flash Player. Therefore, sooner or later, it will no longer work even for older PC and Mac versions.
The best solution for this is to update your browsers before using them. This will ensure that your browsing experience is like no other. Take note that a lot of malware and hackers are just waiting for the perfect moment to strike unsuspecting victims. A lot of people have also fell victim to these security threats.
If you haven’t updated your version of Flash Player, then perhaps it is about time that you do to avoid the worst to happen. Adobe is constantly releasing update patches to address common issues.