Microsoft has released update KB4577586 to remove and block Flash from...

Microsoft has released update KB4577586 to remove and block Flash from...
Microsoft has released update KB4577586 to remove and block Flash from...
After years of putting millions of computers around the world at risk, Flash will be shut down for good at the end of the year. In advance, Microsoft released a tool that users can use to remove Flash from Windows 8.x, Windows 10, and Windows Server.

The KB4577586 update not only deletes Adobe Flash Player systems, but also prevents the software from being reinstalled.

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Since the update removes Flash and also blocks future installation of the software, Microsoft explains that the only way to gain access to the player in the event that it is needed again is to use a system restore point. KB4577586 itself cannot be uninstalled after installation.

Microsoft writes about the release of KB4577586:

We’re releasing this removal update before the end of support to help customers test and validate their environment for the potential impact of removing Adobe Flash Player. If another security update is released for Adobe Flash Player, customers using this removal update will continue to be offered the security update.

The update is optional and can be downloaded from the Microsoft Update Catalog.

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