With the end of the year approaching, Microsoft is also ready to give up flash player.
Version 1903 / 1909, the most stable version of windows 10, introduces a new warning in IE browser after installing the new update, indicating that flash player support is coming to an end (support will be discontinued on December 31, 2020).
Microsoft announced earlier this month that it would not support Edge、 classic Chromium-based versions or IE browsers by the end of 2020
Starting January 2021, Adobe Flash Player will be disabled by default, and all older versions than the KB4561600 released in June 2020 will be blocked. Downloadable Adobe Flash Player-related resources hosted on the Microsoft website will no longer be available
Microsoft pointed out that Microsoft edge (new and old versions) and ie11 will stop supporting Adobe Flash player by the end of 2020.
However, for enterprise users, there is room for change. To help such customers, Microsoft Edge will allow Adobe Flash Player to load as plug-ins the IE mode function. Again, IE11 will allow this. After switching from the Adobe Flash Player provided by Microsoft, it will be treated as a third-party plug-in and will not receive customer support from Microsoft.