Updating my flash player
For Edge on Windows 10, see Enable Flash Player for Edge on Windows 10.
For Firefox on any OS, see Enable Flash Player for Firefox.
Make sure that you always install the latest version of Adobe Flash Player to protect against security issues.
You can change the way Flash Player is updated by right-clicking any rich media content in your browser and choosing Global Settings from the context menu.
Simply select "Allow Adobe to install updates" during the installation process or choose this option anytime in the Flash Player control panel.
For Internet Explorer on Windows 10, see Enable Flash Player for IE on Windows 10.
This tool allows you to change the security sandbox that the SWF file operates in when it is played as a local file in Flash Player 8 and above.
C source code for the Local Content Updater is also available.
For Safari on Mac OS, see Enable Flash Player for Safari.
For Google Chrome, see Enable Flash Player for Chrome. If you see clouds moving in the animation below, you have successfully installed Flash Player. If you don't see the animation after completing all the steps, refresh this page using the icon below.Download the source code if you wish to see how the Local Content Updater works, port it to another platform, investigate bugs, integrate it into scripts, etc.