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grayscale    237

anyone have a direct link to the latest version of Flash? The "Install Now" button redirects to adobe.com on my end whether I'm using Chrome or Firefox.

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+The Evil Overlord    17,450

Actually, I was going to mention downloading it using firefox, it wouldn't work on ie, had to use the save option

 

http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/

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grayscale    237

Actually, I was going to mention downloading it using firefox, it wouldn't work on ie, had to use the save option

 

http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/

 

 

I did go to the website (using Aurora) but for some reason, the install button redirects to the homepage.

@Max, I'm using win8.1 x64 and noticed that the link you gave points to 11x32 or does it not have an x64 version?

 

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Max Norris    2,052

@Max, I'm using win8.1 x64 and noticed that the link you gave points to 11x32 or does it not have an x64 version?

No option for it, using 7 x64 myself, just lists the two downloads, IE and non-IE. Windows 8 only lists non-IE.

http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/otherversions/

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+The Evil Overlord    17,450

anyone have a direct link to the latest version of Flash? The "Install Now" button redirects to adobe.com on my end whether I'm using Chrome or Firefox.

check pm :)

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grayscale    237

Thanks to the both of you.

After a bit of fiddling around, I found the culprit. One of the trackers that Ghostery blocks breaks the webpage. Anyway, thanks for the direct links Aheer and Max, I appreciate it :)

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+T3X4S    4,331

FWIW - and this probably isnt the best thread to let people know about this - but ninite handles flash installs and its always a silent install with none of the little annoyances like McAfee that try to slide in on some installs.

The Pro version is absolute greatness, which Is the version I actually recommend (the free trial version) - Whether deploying updates or silent installs across a network, or simply needing to install a bunch of programs for a clean install - this saves so much time.

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