Adobe Flash Player 10.3.181.23

Adobe Flash Player is the high performance, lightweight, highly expressive client runtime that delivers powerful and consistent user experiences across major operating systems, browsers, mobile phones and devices.

Installed on over 750 million Internet-connected desktops and mobile devices, Flash Player enables organizations and individuals to build and deliver great digital experiences to their end users.

  • Immersive experiences with Flash video, content and applications with full-screen mode.
  • Low-bandwidth, high-quality video with advanced compression technology.
  • High-fidelity text using the advanced text rendering engine.
  • Real-time dynamic effects with filters for Blur, DropShadow, Glow, Bevel, Gradient Glow, Gradient Bevel, Displacement Map, Convolution, and Color Matrix.
  • Innovative media compositions with 8-bit video alpha channels.
  • Blend modes, radial gradient, and stroke enhancements.
  • Additional image formats: GIF, Progressive JPEG, and PNG.

Changelog:

- Includes security enhancements.

Download: Adobe Flash Player 10.3.181.22 (non IE) or 10.3.181.23 (IE) | ~3 MB (Freeware)
View: Adobe Flash Player Website

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Why different versions for IE and for all other (non-IE) browsers? Fragmentation seems bad. Is this due to a limitation in IE, or to a feature in IE that no other browser has?

gb8080 said,
Why different versions for IE and for all other (non-IE) browsers? Fragmentation seems bad. Is this due to a limitation in IE, or to a feature in IE that no other browser has?

IE extensions use the Windows COM interface, most of the rest go with NPAPI.

remixedcat said,
does this fix the BSODs people have been having? lots of people have had those with nvidia or ati gpus.

I've seen no issues on any of my customers computers.

remixedcat said,
does this fix the BSODs people have been having? lots of people have had those with nvidia or ati gpus.

What version of the nVidia/AMD drivers are you running? have you upgraded them to the latest version?

Mr Nom Nom's said,

What version of the nVidia/AMD drivers are you running? have you upgraded them to the latest version?

I have upgraded to the latest version of my laptops nvidia drivers... As well as keeping everything up to date, sometimes it happens more often than other times, I have even done a fresh install of Windows 7 yet I still get BSOD every once and a while.

Honestly given up trying to find out what's wrong.

But I know my desktop as well as my dad's laptop (both nvidia) have not had any BSOD recently

The Mac System Preferences panel provided by Adobe Flash has told me I need to update. All updated and everything working really well. CPU utilisation not too bad, watching YouTube and Fora.tv videos and the CPU isn't being maxed out - sitting around 10-16%.

If it's not already immediately obvious, the .23 version applies only to Internet Explorer, .22 for all other browsers (also an update).

Neobond said,
Patching security vulnerabilities is a good thing

No doubt.... it's just the sheer number of patches lately. My environment gets pretty crazy with their patch requirements and I oversee about 3000 machines that this patch is applicable to. While I can automate patching to about 85%, it still leaves my admin teams pretty busy.