Adobe Flash Player (formerly Macromedia Flash Player) lets you view the best animation and entertainment on the Web. It displays Web application front-ends, high-impact Web site user interfaces, interactive online advertising, and short-form to long-form animation. Since it is free of the design restrictions of more traditional Web display options, you can use it to clearly and exactly express your brand and company identity.
Universal 32-bit and 64-bit installer.
Reviewing 11.7.700.202 (May 15, 2013)
Adobe is still providing updates to version 10.3. Version 11.7 blows.
Reviewing 11.6.602.180 (Mar 17, 2013)
Waiting for HTML5 to spread... until then we have to cope with what we've got.
I have nothing else to say. Everybody else said it before me.
Reviewing 11.6.602.168 (Feb 13, 2013)
Seems to me Adobe has been opening up more security holes with the addition of all the new bells and whistles since version 11.2. I mean, come on, look at the size increase since version 11.2. I've gone back to Flash 11.2, and then deleted ALL the unnecessary Flash files, including most all in the Documents and Settings folder and all the ones in the System32 folder. Everything else is now write protected(after Flash settings made, including custom settings made in the mms.cfg file). Any new files created in the Doc & Settings folder(mainly Flash cookies) are being deleted with CCleaner.
BTW, Flash 11.5 was causing notable crash problems in Firefox for me, so don't know if this new 11.6 version resolves it, since I won't be trying it.
2 stars for this version and probably all future versions, 4 stars for version 11.2
Reviewing 11.6.602.105 Beta (Dec 8, 2012)
Something else is going on here with all the 1&2 stars. Although I'm no lover of flash principally due to Adobe's ambivalence I can't help wondering if your systems are not corrupt in some way.
At the very least: are you uninstalling using Adobe's official flash uninstaller, reboot, and then re-installing latest version.
I'm having non of the problems discussed below.
Tested on several dozen Win7 x86 x64 systems.
Reviewing 11.5.502.110 (Dec 4, 2012)
Adobe Flash has had a critical bug for months, effecting the latest Windows and Firefox builds: It does not remember your volume setting. This is due to Protected Mode, and it can be disabled. Be sure to re-enable when/if this bug is ever fixed sometime next year. (Thanks to PaintShopPro -- from Adobe Bugbase at https://bugbase.adobe.co...vent=bug&id=3210127 -- for bringing attention to this fix.)
" I managed to work around this bug by disabling protected mode. This way flash doesn't create a separate entry in the volume mixer and behaves like before 11.3. For instructions on how to do that, look at the end of this page: http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1018071?tstart=0 "
tl;dr: If your volume keeps resetting, turn off Protected Mode by editing Flash's "mms.cfg" to add the line "ProtectedMode=0".
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