The December Patch included an indispensable Adobe Flash Player update that resolved all the problems that concern numerous vulnerabilities that influenced the program.
The update called KB4053577 repaired the issues that could set off the global settings preference document.
Which Windows is compatible with the new update?
These are the Windows which are compatible with the update: Windows Server Version 1709, Windows Server 2016, Windows 10 Version 1709, Windows 10 Version 1703, Windows 10 1607, Windows 10 1511, Windows 10 RTM, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows 8.1, or Windows RT 8.1.
How to get the update with these 2 easy steps. Choose whatever fits you better
There are two approaches to download the most recent Adobe Flash Player update, which was brought by Patch Tuesday:
Download it from Windows Update
You can get the update through Windows Update by turning on automatic updating. You can likewise search by yourself for updates. Just go to Settings, to Update and Security and then tap on ‘Check for updates’
Use Microsoft’s Update Catalog
On the off chance that you would prefer not to download different updates, you can just get the solitary bundle for this update from the Microsoft Update Catalog site.
What about bugs?
There’s not a thing about KB4053577 having bugs, however, a couple of clients detailed that the patch might block Adobe Flash Player and it’s won’t let run video content. When trying to watch a video from UK BBC site, one user said that on the screen appeared an error and suddenly green rectangular blocks started to rattle the video. He then mentioned that he owned an HP Pavilion G with an Intel HD Graphics chip.
He then proceeded to say that he had tried to watch the same video with Chrome, Firefox and Edge and all show a similar issue. He’s sure that the new update is the cause, because he tried to uninstall Flash Player and then installed it back, and there were no results.