The update only removes Adobe Flash Player installed by your version of Windows.
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The update works for the mentioned operating system as well as for different versions of Windows Server.
Adobe announced that Flash Player will no longer be supported after December 31, 2020. Starting January 12th this year, Flash Player will also block Flash content.
In this context, Microsoft has released a new update for Windows 10 that removes Adobe Flash Player from the operating system once and for all. It is optional and available in the company catalog.
The update works for the mentioned operating system as well as for different versions of Windows Server. Microsoft has made it clear that once the update has been installed, it can no longer be uninstalled.
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According to the technology company, the update will only remove the Adobe Flash Player installed by the Windows version. If you manually installed Flash Player from another source, it will not be removed from your computer.
Flash Player will no longer work due to the development of servers in recent years that have adopted open standards such as HTML5, WebGL, and WebAssembly, which have been continually evolved and serve as viable alternatives to Flash content.
Another option to uninstall the software is from the Adobe page.