Since Adobe Flash Player is undeniably on its way out, if you can help it then be aware that a lot of notable tech sites and online computer review companies are saying that you will need to be start letting go of this particular tech especially if you are a content maker or producer. There are a lot of upcoming technologies out there that are safer and better than the Adobe Flash Player.
One thing that you can’t take away from Adobe Flash Player though, is that it had a good run. And although that is up for deprecation, it is still able to handle and deliver a decent job with video playback and a good number of websites still sport the technology mentioned and even if major browsers have officially moved away from it, the user can still opt to use Adobe Flash when the website they are visiting is using it.
One thing you need to watch out for though when using Adobe Flash Player is that there will be times where updates from Adobe itself may have caused some problems in its security or functionality that needs to be repatched. If you look at the history of their updates you will discover that many of the patches are updates to fix the holes that a previous patch has left open especially for Microsoft Windows systems. This is one of the reasons why everyone including Adobe is slowly closing this particular technology for good.
The Adobe Flash Player although being set aside for better technologies still works for most of the major platforms including the latest iteration of the Windows operating systems which is Windows 10. If you still fancy using Adobe Flash Player just be sure to keep it updated down to latest minor update releases to ensure that your systems gets the best protections it can get.