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Adobe Flash Player for viewing video (especially on my Comcast homepage)

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Adobe Flash Player for viewing video (especially on my Comcast homepage)

Hi Community Guys:

 

Does anyone know why I can't download Adobe Flash Player on IE version 11?  I'd like to see some videos on my comcast page, Thanks.

Gotechkid.

 

I appreciate your suggestion/suggestions.

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Re: Adobe Flash Player for viewing video (especially on my Comcast homepage)

Which version of Windows? If you have Windows 10 (and maybe 8?), Flash install and updates is handled by Microsoft Update. You may want to check IE settings to see if Flash was disabled.

 

Otherwise, you can download the latest Flash player here:

https://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/

 

For IE, you would download the ActiveX version.

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Re: Adobe Flash Player for viewing video (especially on my Comcast homepage)

Thank you for your reply.  I have WINDOWS 7 and IE version 11.  I tried to download the current Adobe Flash player this morning using CHROME; but, still no luck.  I think you have a point about the specific version of Windows I am using...and IE 11.  ***I did try downloading the Windows 10 when it was free...it did not initiate well at all.  I had to remove it.  WINDOWS 7 machines are meant to do what they were built for...WINDOWS 7.

Gotechgirl

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Re: Adobe Flash Player for viewing video (especially on my Comcast homepage)


gotechkid wrote:

Thank you for your reply.  I have WINDOWS 7 and IE version 11.  I tried to download the current Adobe Flash player this morning using CHROME; but, still no luck.  I think you have a point about the specific version of Windows I am using...and IE 11.  ***I did try downloading the Windows 10 when it was free...it did not initiate well at all.  I had to remove it.  WINDOWS 7 machines are meant to do what they were built for...WINDOWS 7.

Gotechgirl


Sometimes I have an issue with the Comcast links with my Win7Pro and Chrome.  I have to delete the Chrome browser history to get to the links.

 

But I have never had an issue with the links with IE11. But I do have the comcast.net login link in Trusted Sites.




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