Adobe Flash Player

Microsoft is today rolling out new security updates for Adobe Flash Player for Windows 10, Windows 8 operating systems. The Adobe Flash Player KB4074595 for Windows 10 includes important security fixes, and this is the second update of the year for the software. Microsoft has also posted Windows 10 KB4074595 download links on its Update Catalog website.

Microsoft has released an updated version of Flash Player in February and it seems to be available for all versions of Windows operating system. Just like any update for Adobe Flash Player, this update’s focus has been on security fixes, it’s not surprising since the update landed on Tuesday (Patch Day).

It’s safe to assume that no new features have been added in this release. You can find the direct downloads of Adobe Flash Player KB4074595 from the below links and note that the update can be installed on all supported versions of Windows operating system.

Adobe Flash Player KB4074595 Download Links for Windows 10

Windows 10 KB4074595 for Adobe Flash Player Direct Download Links: 64-bit, 32-bit and ARM.

“This security update resolves vulnerabilities in Adobe Flash Player that is installed on any supported edition of Windows operating system,” Microsoft said on the support page. It’s worth noting that Microsoft recommends users to install any language packs before you install this update, if you install a language after updating your system, the patch won’t work and as a result, you must reinstall this update.

Adobe will retire the Flash Player by end of 2020 as the new open standards are better than the former due to a number of reasons. “As open standards like HTML5, WebGL and web assembly have matured over the past several years, most now provide many of the capabilities and functionalities that plugins pioneered and have become a viable alternative for content on the web,” Adobe said.

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