Updating an installed version of Adobe Flash Player means you want to address security concerns. On the other hand, you can also fix some bugs in your existing Windows system, as Microsoft has released a number of patches. Adobe and Microsoft have worked hand-in-hand to put an end to various security issues.
With its latest version, Adobe Flash Player can be updated for different platforms, including Mac, Linux, and Windows. Take note that the version of Flash Player in your computer would depend on the existing version of your operating system. Likewise, it is important to look into the type of Internet browser you frequently use to determine if your version of Flash Player should work properly.
For instance, Chrome browser users are required to restart the app in order to install the update manually. Otherwise, you can always click on the menu button on the upper-right corner of the app to update the plug-in. The Help button will be your guide for updating Flash Player by clicking on it.
If there are updates available for you, you will see the version you can download and install. By updating Chrome, you can also automatically update the Flash Player plug-in. If you can’t update automatically, you can always update manually, as you can download and install it in Chrome.
You can also check if the installed Flash Player on your Chrome browser is the latest release. Simply visit the official Adobe website, as you can explore all updates released by the company. A link will be given to explore updates recently released by Adobe.
Allow your computer to work smoothly by downloading and installing security updates for Windows, as well as other essential software. Thus, allow automatic updates will all software in your system. Otherwise, you can use manual updates from the settings menu.