In Microsoft's recent blog post, the company announced that its Windows 10 no longer supports Adobe Flash will be permanently removed from its operating system this summer, the coming new update version 21H1 will also remove the software this month.
Adobe Flash software removal was dated early this year, where this computer software that supports content, viewing applications, and streaming audios and videos was announced to permanently stop the software, this software removal was announced by Adobe in advance 3.5 years ago.
To keep its users to have a secure performance, Microsoft will remove the Flash component from Windows through the KB4the Flash component from Windows through the KB4577586. It says once the update is made, Flash no longer be used and will be removed. Additionally, Microsoft also removed Flash from Its Microsoft Edge browser as well.