Windows 10 Gets Security Update for Flash Player in Internet Explorer
There aren’t too many out there who have downloaded the Windows 10 preview on their machines, but there’s definitely more than 1 million, according to data provided by Microsoft. And now the company has informed about a security update released for Flash Player in Internet Explorer.
Around one year back, the Adobe Flash Player for Windows 8.1 received some very important security updates and it seems that it’s now Windows 10’s turn. Still in Technical Preview form, the operating system has seen a security update for Flash Player in Internet Explorer being rolled out in the form of update file KB3018943.
So, you just need to make sure that you have performed the latest update through Windows Updat. Security fix KB3018943 has been made available for a while now, but not everybody is aware of it, so we’ve decided to inform you, just in case you passed this information.
If you haven’t tried Windows 10 yet, here are some really useful guides on how you can go about your Windows 10 install:
- How to Install Windows 10 Using UEFI
- How to Install Windows 10 Without a Microsoft account
- How to Uninstall Windows 10 From Windows 8, 8.1
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