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Windows patch allows you to kill Flash now before the Christmas deadline

On 31 December, Adobe Flash Player will go out of support. A new Windows patch, however, will allow you to get a jump on things. Microsoft detailed the process to remove), which links to the patch itself for various Windows platforms. As Microsoft warns, however, the process is a one-way street: once installed, the patch cannot be uninstalled – though you could reinstall Windows if you were desperate.

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