Adobe Flash Player 11.4.402.278

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.

Download for Firefox, Safari, Opera: Adobe Flash Player 11.4.402.278 | 9.7 MB (Freeware)
Download for Internet Explorer: Adobe Flash Player 11.4.402.278 | 9.1 MB
Download: Adobe Flash Player Uninstaller 11.4.402 | 675 KB
View: Adobe Flash Player Website | Release Notes

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LogicalApex said,
I might be reaching the point of an all out Flash ban on my computers. The way adobe updates Flash just gets worse and worse every day.

First it was the annoying message as soon as you logged into your PC. The only good thing was that it was at least one click at this point (annoyingly this was even if you told it to do it automatically!). Now it is the annoying message that forces you into your browser to download the updated installer full force.

Why can't they just do like everything else and automatically update silently when I tell it to do so...

I have flash installed for all 3 of my browsers, but disabled until I actually want to use it.

Hope they NEVER do updates automatically, as you suggest! Way to crappy of a program to trust them that much. I disable ANY auto updates on EVERYTHING except my AV anyway. I like to control my own stuff, not somebody else controlling it.


testman said,
Is there a 64-bit version? Or does the above ActiveX installer work for IE 64-bit?

Works for both

They should do it the linux way. they also need to change the frequency of update checks to once every 3 days instead of one week.

I might be reaching the point of an all out Flash ban on my computers. The way adobe updates Flash just gets worse and worse every day.

First it was the annoying message as soon as you logged into your PC. The only good thing was that it was at least one click at this point (annoyingly this was even if you told it to do it automatically!). Now it is the annoying message that forces you into your browser to download the updated installer full force.

Why can't they just do like everything else and automatically update silently when I tell it to do so...

Close the browsers, uninstall old versions using the Flash Player Uninstaller than install the new release of Flash Player. The results may vary but for me works in this way.

Does anybody have a recommended method to install these?
I run IE and Firefox and Opera.
Is it best to shut down the browsers first? Best to uninstall previous versions? Or should one seek to install while the browser is actually running? Same answer for IE as for Firefox?
If it is best to install while the browser is running, install individually in both Firefox and Opera, or will just one install suffice to update both those browsers?

If Adobe has any guidance on this (they should), it is well hidden - surprising as I would have expected it to be a frequent source of confusion, given two different versions and the annoying frequency of updates.

gb8080 said,
Does anybody have a recommended method to install these?
I run IE and Firefox and Opera.
Is it best to shut down the browsers first? Best to uninstall previous versions? Or should one seek to install while the browser is actually running? Same answer for IE as for Firefox?
If it is best to install while the browser is running, install individually in both Firefox and Opera, or will just one install suffice to update both those browsers?

If Adobe has any guidance on this (they should), it is well hidden - surprising as I would have expected it to be a frequent source of confusion, given two different versions and the annoying frequency of updates.

Shut down the browsers first. The installers will notify you if you do have the browsers open.