Windows 10 shovels dirt on Adobe Flash's grave
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Windows 10 will fully remove Flash from patched PCs starting in July, and it won't be offered in the big May 2021 Update either.
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Adobe Flash finally died in 2020, and now Microsoft is helping to bury it. Windows 10's currently optional "Update for Removal of Adobe Flash Player" will be pushed into the operating system's monthly cumulative updates starting in July, an updated Microsoft blog post reveals (as spotted by The Verge).

Windows Insiders will receive the Flash-killing update starting in June. And if you upgrade to the bigger(ish) Windows 10 May 2021 Update arriving imminently, Flash will be removed as well.

Brad Chacos
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