How to remove Adobe Flash within Windows 10

How to remove Adobe Flash that’s built into Windows 10 because since the end of 2020 it is no longer supported and vulnerable to cyber…
Adobe Flash

You should remove Adobe Flash from all of your devices as it will leave you vulnerable to cyber-attacks. Since the beginning of 2021, I’m seeing a lot of people still having Adobe Flash installed, if you weren’t aware Flash was made End of Life (EoL) at the end of 2020. Therefore if you are going for Cyber Essentials and/or Cyber Essentials Plus this will put you at a disadvantage as you will be running unsupported software and this will give you a Major Non-Compliance on one of the questions.

To ensure that you pass this Cyber Essentials question you should ensure that Adobe Flash is removed from all your devices, this can be performed by going to Add/Remove Programs, scrolling down the list and uninstalling Adobe Flash and the remove Adobe Flash from your PC.  However, if you have the built-in version of Flash that comes with Windows 10 you will need to install an update to Adobe Flash support.

You can download this update from the Microsoft Update Catalogue site which can be found here: https://www.catalog.update.microsoft.com/search.aspx?q=4577586, browse down the list and download and then install the update for your device.

Once installed, support for Adobe Flash should be removed.  You may need to restart your computer for this to take effect.

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