If you have been using PCs for a few years, you will obviously know about the Adobe Flash Player and what it is required for. Basically, to run rich web content in your browser, you need to install Flash Player to your computer. It has been the standard runtime since years and has held its position, until now. HTML5 has replaced Flash Player on most of the systems, and many modern internet browsers come with HTML5 support. So in the next few years, the Flash Player will go out of use. However, it is being currently used, so it is important that it remains smooth and solid.
Download Adobe Flash Player 18.104.22.1686
A new Adobe Flash Player 22.214.171.1246 update has been released a few days ago, and the update comes with a fix for the “LifeChanger C++ Application quits with Access Violation” error. Though the official changelog doesn’t mention any other additions or changes, we’re sure that the Flash Player will be more stable and smoother now. It is worth updating the Flash Player to keep it running well.
You can now download Adobe Flash Player 126.96.36.1996 from Official Adobe Flash Player website [adobe.com]. It is worth mentioning that a new beta version 188.8.131.524 is also available for download, but it may have some bugs.
How to Install Adobe Flash Player
- Download the official Adobe Flash Player from the site referred above.
- You will see a statement similar to this- “Download the Adobe® Flash® Player system plug-in or view the instructions to enable it.”
- Click on the Adobe® Flash® Player system plug-in hyperlink, and the download will start.
- Just accept the terms and conditions and follow the on-screen instructions. The Flash Player should get installed in a few minutes.
In case you are experiencing any problems or have tried out the update, let us know in the comments below.