How to disable it, uninstall Flash and Shockwave in Chrome, IE, Firefox, Edge



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Disable Shockwave Flash in Mozilla Firefox Browser



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To disable Shockwave Flash Player, open Firefox Browser, click on three horizontal lines at the top right and select Add-ons.

Go to Plugins. Find Shockwave Flash and select Never Activate from the drop-down menu.

Disable Adobe Flash Player in Microsoft Edge Browser

To disable Flash Player, open Microsoft Edge, click the three-step button and select Settings.

Scroll down and select Show advanced settings.

On the next page you will find an option called Adobe Flash Player. It must be enabled by default. Turn the button off to turn it off.

Uninstall Flash Player from Windows PC

If you want to completely uninstall Flash Player from your computer, you can use the help of Adobe Flash Player Uninstaller, which was developed by Adobe itself. This is a free portable program that removes Flash and Shockwave from all browsers that use it. It can be downloaded from the Adobe website. After downloading the program, close all browsers and double-click the installation file to run it.

Click the UNINSTALL button (16) to remove Flash from your computer and browsers.

Uninstall Shockwave Player from your PC

Download and run the Shockwave Player Uninstaller from the Adobe website. It deletes all instances of Shockwave from your computer.

When the work is finished, restart your computer and check whether Flash or Shockwave has been successfully removed from the links mentioned at the beginning of this message.

Check this box if you want to enable Adobe Flash Player in your web browser.



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