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Microsoft is finally killing off Flash in Windows 10 this summer

Support for Adobe Flash has been fading away for some time now. It's been removed from all modern browsers, and it's been unsupported by Adobe since the beginning of the year. Microsoft has been slowly killing it off in Windows 10 by offering an update to remove the software. For most people, that update installed automatically...

Ruffle emulator gives new life to your archived Flash Player games

After serving the web for almost 25 years, Adobe Flash finally met its demise last month. Adobe decommissioned it on the 1st of January, 2021, by blocking it from all kinds of browsers, and a few days later, all Flash Player content was also blocked. However, if you are one of those who have archived...

PSA: Adobe Flash is officially dead and gone

Adobe Flash diehards - this is it: the last, final, beyond-the-penultimate end. From today, Tuesday 12th January 2021, Adobe Flash is no more. Stop us if you've heard this one before, but this time, that doesn't just mean blocked by browsers, or unsupported. It simply will not work, bringing to an end two decades of...

Adobe Flash receives its final update before it goes bang

Adobe Flash has received its final update ahead of a complete shutdown at the end of the year. The stalwart runtime has been instrumental in the growth of the world wide web, and the wider internet, but as technology has moved on, the Adobe runtime has become bloated and slow by today’s standards. It has...

Adobe to Finally Kill Flash in 2020 by Stopping Updates and Distribution of the Flash Player

This week seems to be bringing bad news for once-popular applications. Yesterday, Microsoft announced the deprecation of Paint after 32 years of service (though it'll be offered on their application store), and today, Adobe is ringing death bells for Flash. Adobe is planning to End-of-Life Flash by the end of 2020, as the company has now...