Adobe Flash Player 29 has been released as beta and is available for download and installation. This article will guide you on how to download the latest version of Flash Player 29 offline installers for all supported Operating Systems and devices.
If you have Windows 10, Microsoft already packages Flash Player along with Microsoft Edge. It is disabled by default and you can enable it on a per-site basis or permanently. Microsoft releases Flash Player updates through Windows Update. But you can use Flash Player 29 on other browsers including Chrome, Firefox, Opera and Vivaldi.
Although Flash Player also comes pre-installed with Google Chrome but it is disabled by default. You can enable it from Chrome Settings.
Let’s first check which version of Flash Player is installed on your computer. If you have the standalone copy of Flash Player installed on your system then you can see the installed version from Apps and Features list. But if you have only installed it for a specific browser then follow the instructions below the check which version of Flash Player is installed with the browser.
The changes in Flash 29 are mostly geared towards Flash developers. And most of the features in the release notes are for Adobe Air. Flash Player 28 mostly has bug fixes which need not mentioned here. You may read the full release notes here. Some of the bug fixes include the following:
Flash Player Protected mode + Async drawing on Firefox causes the font color to be inverted
Flash Player quit unexpectedly when “by.blooddy.crypto.Base64” class try to decode BASE64.(FP-4198772)
Download Flash Player 29
While it is not possible to update Flash Player in Microsoft Edge as it will be updated with Windows Update, you may download and install Flash Player 28 for other browsers.