There have been plans to kill off Adobe Flash — the company’s beleaguered software for running multimedia content across devices and websites — for several years, but the end is now truly nigh. The company pushed its last update for Flash Player yesterday, and announced it will no longer support the software after December 31. It will also block Flash content from running in the player starting January 12, 2021, and recommends uninstalling the player from your computer if it’s still on there. Flash‘s death knell has been ringing for years; it sounded loudly back in 2016, when Mozilla Firefox… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Adobe
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