Adobe Flash player, one of the most common network security threats, will be completely removed from windows 10 by the end of 2020.Previously, Adobe said it planned to phase out support for flash player in 2020. Software manufacturers, including Microsoft, Google and apple, are making plans to phase out flash player. In addition, the end of this year will be the end of Adobe Flash in Windows 10.
Microsoft recently released a preview update to windows 10, which comes with a number of bug fixes, but one undocumented change is the complete removal of Adobe Flash from the operating system.
Microsoft has quietly removed the tradition of allowing you to configure Flash Player for Windows 10 in the preview
Microsoft's cancellation of Flash Player support in the Windows 10 is not an unexpected change. Microsoft's Edge 88 will also be removed from the browser Flash Player, but the update is currently open only to developers of channels.
While other companies that have developed operating systems have also begun to abandon Flash Player, Microsoft remains the only company that has fully supported video streaming software from Windows 10 to Edge.
This means that after the release of the next version of the Windows 10 and Microsoft Edge, the user will no longer be able to play Flash Player video or configure its settings, but the user can use a third party browser or extension to play Flash content at any time.
Unlocking Flash support should not affect most users, but if you have to use a browser to access Flash-based video or game streaming sites, you need to find alternatives.