As we know, flash is a technology that has been definitely eliminated. Whether it's Google, Microsoft, or Apple's operating system, or the major browsers and other applications in the industry, as well as Adobe itself, all declare that they will give up support for flash in 2021.
Now, Microsoft is finally taking enforcement action! Microsoft has started to push the patch kb4577586 to win10 system on the market to forcibly delete flash in the system.
Win10 has started to push the patch kb4577586 for forced deletion of flash
Win10 patch kb4577586 has only one function, that is to completely remove flash from the system.
In fact, this is not the first appearance of kb4577586. In November last year, the patch for kb4577586 already appeared on Microsoft's official page. Users can manually download and install kb4577586 and delete flash completely. If you have this requirement, you can click the link below to enter the download page of kb4577586.
Different from the end of last year, this time Microsoft took the initiative to push kb4577586 to win10, and the majority of users will be forced to bid farewell to flash. However, there are many friends who still need flash.
For example, some network components, involving work and life, still need to call flash to work normally.
Now Microsoft push patch force delete flash, how to do? This is to provide you with two solutions, which can basically deal with perfectly.
Shield kb4577586 patch pushed by win10
Show or hide update official download: http://download.microsoft.com/download/f/2/2/f22d5fdb-59cd-4275-8c95-1be17bf70b21/wushowhide.diagcab
If the above link fails, it is also provided hereDownload from Internet disk:https://pan.baidu.com/s/1ZljB60rqzQ7Xxy8q5sV_ FG extraction code: 7ekm
The use of this tool is very simple. After downloading, double-click to run it, and then choose to hide the update, or redisplay the hidden update.
Select the first one here to hide the update. If you want win10 to push the update again, you can run the tool again and select the second option to redisplay the update.
As shown in the figure below, you can see the update that Microsoft is pushing to win10. Select the kb4577586 patch here and click next. When the troubleshooting of the tool prompt is completed, the system will no longer receive the kb4577586 patch and forcibly delete flash.
Check the kb4577586 patch and click next to simulate the flash operation with ruffle
Although the above method can let you continue to use flash, but I do not recommend it. After all, flash itself does have many problems, such as security, performance, stability and so on.
In addition, even if the system retains flash, but the browser no longer supports it, flash is difficult to work.
Here, I recommend using this tool to simulate the running of flash, even if the flash has been completely deleted, it can still be compatible with the flash components on the network!
Ruffle supports a variety of browsers, including chrome, Firefox, Safari, etc. take chrome as an example.
After downloading its compressed package from the official website of ruffle, you need to install it manually. Open the extension management page in chrome and turn on the developer mode switch in the upper right corner.
Open developer mode in the extension program interface of chrome
Next, unzip the zip package of the rubber extension into a folder.
Decompress the zip package of Ruffle
Restart Chrome browser, you can run flash with ruffle!
Install Ruffle in Chrome
Is Ruffle really useful? Take a look at the author's test. In the moving picture below, you can see that the flash switch in Chrome has been turned off, and then I opened a flash demo of calculator.
After clicking run, the flash demo can run as usual, no matter the interface or interaction. Right click the flash demo and you can see that it's really ruffle running.
Ruffle demonstration shows that flash demo can be run under the premise of turning off flash
In general, Microsoft push patch to delete flash is the general trend. Hope that the websites still using flash can embrace new technologies such as HTML5 as soon as possible and bring better experience!
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