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How To Disable And Prevent Flash Player Update Prompts Forever

Many websites use flash players nowadays. A flash is every game or moving advertising, that can be played in your browser. Flash players are everywhere. It can come in a form of a website, game, video…

The most common flash we know is the one from Adobe. It is a safe player that is used for various purposes.

The Flash Player is a useful software platform that is used for creating animation, applications, graphics, games, etc. It is often used to create and add advertisements, video or audio players to web pages.

So, if you want to watch video or play games online you need to install the Flash Player to watch videos – moving images. If you don’t have it on your computer, install it immediately, because otherwise you won’t be able to do anything.

Some studies show that 99% of internet users have Flash Player installed on their computers. This is the best way to get all things you need from the internet.

The Flash Player was first created by Macromedia and they decided to sell it to Adobe in 2005. So don’t get confused if you see it under the following name: Adobe Flash Player. It is a plugin that also adds many functions to your web browser.

It exists for most operating systems: Windows, Linux, Mac OS X. The best thing is that the Flash Player is for free and it can be downloaded from Adobe’s official website. Just follow the few simple steps and read all the instructions carefully. You will find a guide on the website that will show you how to install the player. Once you install the player it will automatically detect all the upgrades and then prompt you to install them when they are available. Sometimes this can be very annoying.

How often are you bothered with Flash Player reminding you to install updates with annoying box “An update to your Adobe Flash Player is available“? You have three options to choose from: Install Now, Remind Me Later, or Don’t Install.

But there is a way that can help you disable it. And here is how:

Flash Settings Panel
Simply uncheck “Notify me when an update to Adobe Flash Player is available.

The first thing you need to do is go and visit the Global Notifications Settings panel for Flash using your web browser. Once you open it you will see the box: Notify me when an update to Adobe Flash Player is available.

Make sure you uncheck this box. When you are done simply close the window. The settings will be saved automatically. This is everything you need to do if you want to get rid of those boring notifications.

We hope that our instructions helped you solve the problem that most of the users have. If you have any experience related to this issue, please leave your comments and questions in the comments section below.

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