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Adobe Flash Player Auto-Updater

Adobe's Flash Player is one of the basic requirements for internet. Many games and media content on the internet are presented in flash form. Since almost every computer (Windows, Macs and Linux) has some version of Flash installed, it has always been targeted by hackers, malware authors and so on. The only way to be safe is to upgrade to the newest version of flash player.

Although Flash offers update checks itself, but sadly many systems run outdated and insecure Flash Player versions. That is a huge security risk which must be eliminated.

Alternative Flash Player Auto-Updater let's you download and install the Flash Player without having to download Adobe's download manager - it downloads the latest version and asks you whether it should be installed or not.

You can choose to let it run at the start of Windows, this way you can be sure that your system will never run an outdated and extremely dangerous version of Flash Player. It supports both 32 and 64 bit Windows versions.

Requirement: .NET Framework 3.5. You can download (portable) Alternative Flash Player Auto-Updater at source (via)

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