Adobe used to have a fourth Flash tester but sometime in Jan 2014 or earlier, it was merged into the above. 2014) FLASH PLAYER on CHROME OS (created Oct 15, 2015) I ran into an interesting wrinkle while logged on as a Guest user on a Chromebook.

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I killed the Flash process, but it soon came back even though I was still on the same web page.

Annoyingly, if you want to block Flash content by default, Guest users on Chrome OS need to change the plugin action to "Let me choose when to run plugin content" every time they logon. FLASH PLAYER on WINDOWS (needs to be revised for Windows 10) My Recommendation: (last updated Feb 15, 2015) Windows users should only use Flash in the Chrome browser.

When the installed version is old, it tells you what the latest version is for your browser/OS. The bad news is that it punts on the Chrome browser and IE on Windows 8.

In both cases it says that Flash should be updated automatically, so fuggedaboutit, you're fine.

The Metro/Tile World/Modern edition of IE on Windows 8.x does not support Flash.

Each packaging of the Flash Player is independent, so one of Adobe's Flash tester pages (linked to above) needs to be run in each installed browser.

Because it is a different kind of document file, it requires special software in order to open.

Nearly every device will be able to open and view PDFs with the right software.

So i’m guessing he simply discovered ACR/Lightroom already does a decent job with current bodies, most of the time. some of you may also be able to test it on the new X-T1.