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Shockwave flash keeps crashing

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#1 joecrash411


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Posted 01 January 2017 - 03:32 PM

I have a Lenovo Desktop, with an i5 Intel processor, 8GB of RAM, with a 1TB HD and an NVIDIA GeForce GT 730 graphics card. Whenever I'm on a page and it stops responding, if I click back to the tab that has my homepage on it, in this case, xfinity.com, there's a notification that Shockwave Flash has crashed, and an option to either stop it or reload, and that usually fixes the problem. But, it's becoming more and more frequent, and is starting to drive me a little batty. Should I update Flash from the Adobe website? I'm not familiar with this issue, so any help will be welcome.

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#2 shadow_647


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Posted 01 January 2017 - 04:45 PM

Flash player is a risky app to use you know,theirs deadly hacks vs that app that are found out all the time the kind that let people take over your mic or cam or just install anything they want on a drive by download.

My self i stopped using it years ago but if you do want to use it you should all ways have it updated unless you want to get hacked/owned.


Anyways here the link for the full installer.



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