Updating adobe flash
Microsoft products have disappeared from this ranking due to improvements in the automatic Windows update mechanism and the growing proportion of users who have Windows 7 installed on their PCs.
This is why the automatic-updating feature that Adobe has included in the 188.8.131.52 update, released this week, is so important.
(I had to click a UAC prompt to get to these settings, by the way.
I recommend that you set up employees and family members with standard user accounts.
Launch the uninstaller from your desktop and follow the instructions in the dialog boxes which appear.
After uninstalling both Players, restart your computer.
You can use the following Test Page to verify that you have the Flash Player installed successfully: On the above test page, the two movies will not only verify the installation of the Flash Player, but they will eventually display the versions of the two Web Players that you have. In Configuration Manager 2012, one way to update Adobe Flash Player is by using the MSI download from the Adobe Website. If you are running a plug-in based browser such as Firefox, Mozilla, Netscape, Opera etc.. EXE can be downloaded at you are looking to find the Flash Version you are currently using you can go to you scroll down on the Adobe Flash Download page you will find the current version, in this case Flash Player 11.8.800.174 for Windows Internet Explorer.In Configuration Manager 2012, go to Software Library, Applications, Create Application..Browse to the directory of the downloaded Adobe Flash . As you can see in the picture below, the Application Information successfully imported from the windows installer (Native) file, Click Next.. The Success Page shows that the application has been created, you may now close the Create Application Wizard.Then reinstall the Flash Players here: Back To Top Flash is the premiere vector-based design and animation technology on the Internet. The two movies will show if you have any versions of these two Web Players installed.Millions of Web users already have Flash Player installed. You can also get information about the latest version of the Players and download the most current version if you have an outdated Player(s).After a post-holiday lull, the Flash update machine kicked back into overdrive with a February 15 update, followed by another update 18 days later and yet another 23 days later.(I’ve got a complete list of Adobe's long history of Flash Player updates at the end of this post.) Related: In general, each of these releases is in response to a serious security issue.you can download the MSI for those browser based plug-in’s as well.Alternatively, if you are using SCUP you can download the catalog and assign the flash update.