Flash: Pop-up reminds of the end of support and enables deinstallation


As the year draws to a close, the official date for the end of support for the Adobe Flash Players always closer. A pop-up window reminds the rest of the users that content will be blocked from mid-January and that it should be uninstalled.

The pop-up should be displayed on numerous systems that continue to make the Flash player available. As Deskmodder writes, the notification window indicates the end of support on December 31, 2020 and the blocking of all Flash content from January 12, 2021. The pop-up window gives users the option of removing the very outdated program directly from the computer. Alternatively, the pop-up can also be clicked away. Then the memory comes up again later.
With an uninstaller, Adobe Flash can be removed before the bitter end

If you can’t see the pop-up window, you can download the uninstallation program manually. The download is about this link possible. The tool automatically removes the Adobe software so that no further steps are required afterwards.

End of support announced a long time ago

Adobe announced years ago that Flash technology would be a thing of the past. The application was criticized due to serious security holes and the comparatively poor performance. After the developers granted grace periods and repeatedly postponed the end of support, the Flash player will be history from the beginning of 2021.

Almost three weeks ago, Adobe published a last update for the Flash player. The update ensures that new installations are blocked and that content can no longer be executed without further ado after January 12th.

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