While Microsoft had already started to remove support for Flash from a number of its apps, including its Edge browser, there is still some native support for Adobes Flash Player built into Windows 10 itself, which Microsoft is now planning to remove via Windows Update KB4577586: “Update for Removal of Adobe Flash Player.” In a recent update to a on the matter, Microsoft said it will begin sending out the patch to remove Adobe Flash from Windows 10 starting in June, first to users who are part...

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