There is a great improvement in the new release of Adobe Flash Player for this month. Take note that it is not only an app, as it has helped in the formation of a better user experience and media content.
Here is what happened in the Flash Player 29 update that you might have missed lately.
- Microsoft Windows 10 comes with Microsoft Edge and Flash Player is installed with it.
- So, downloading the new version of Flash is no longer necessary because Windows prioritizes its updates.
- Chrome and Mozilla browsers also have Flash Player installed. The plug-in is automatically updated to every new version released.
However, famous browsers like Opera and Vivaldi would require you to download a new version of the plug-in as released by Adobe. But Flash Player 29 has not brought any huge changes to the main features as they only target Flash developers.
One bug has been fixed by this update of Flash Player though, which is the acceleration of the Mozilla Firefox browser. Likewise, the unresponsive Flash Player settings panel has also been repaired in this update.
Needless to say, Adobe Flash Player has become more vulnerable to attacks in the previous months. In fact, a lot of people thought that it is a very untrustworthy online tool. Moreover, many experts believed that it could potentially harm your computer regardless of the operating system or Internet browser you are using to access the Web.
Thus, lots of online users prefer the use of HTML5 over Flash, as most people have noticed this when they watch streaming content with YouTube. It is because Flash Player has become more vulnerable to hackers and attacks, contrary to what it once was.
What most people don’t know is that it can be managed to reduce the risks involved with continued patronage of Adobe Flash Player. One of the most important factors is to keep your system updated to Flash Player 29. This can be downloaded from the official site. Or you can copy this link labs.adobe.com/downloads/flashplayer.html in order to get your copy of the plug-in.