Microsoft will actively push an update to remove Adobe Flash Player in the next few weeks
Microsoft has developed an optional update specifically designed to remove the system’s built-in Adobe Flash Player, which is currently installed manually by users.
However, Microsoft has decided to actively push the update to users in the next few weeks, that is, the update will be automatically checked for download and installed to remove Adobe Flash Player.
Of course, it is not very important for users to install the update or not, because Adobe has remotely prohibited Adobe Flash Player from running, so installation is of no avail.
After being banned from use, theoretically, there will be no potential security problems. It may also be necessary to remove components from the system as historical components.
Microsoft said in its blog that it expects to push the update next month. The latest news is that Microsoft has begun to gradually push this original optional update to users.
Optional updates are usually not automatically installed and require user action, but now this update is marked as a regular update so it can be automatically downloaded and installed.
Microsoft said that in the next few weeks it will push this update to all Windows 10 users, whether it is a home version, an enterprise version, or a long-term support version.
Of course, here we still need to emphasize that what Microsoft has deleted is the built-in Adobe Flash Player in the system, and the standalone version downloaded and installed by the user will not operate.