The good news is that Google Chrome, Microsoft Internet Explorer 10 and 11, and Microsoft Edge will update themselves automatically.
The bad news is that Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari, Opera and Internet Explorer 9 or earlier will need the user to go to https://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/and install the patch manually.
As far as Adobe is concerned the bug that causes Shockwave Flash to crash in Chrome has been fixed.
If you are still experiencing problems, ensure you are running the latest version of the browser.
You may check "torch://plugins" [just paste that into the url address bar and hit enter or you may reach the same page by clicking on the Menu button Then Settings, then scroll down to the bottom and click on "Show Advanced Settings", once there, find the section "Privacy" and click on "Content Settings".
In the pop up window you ill find "Plug-ins", and there you can click on "Disable individual plug-ins" (You see, it's probably quicker just to paste the "torch://plugins" command into the URL address bar.].
Save the uninstaller to your desktop, then quit/exit any applications you have open.
Launch the uninstaller from your desktop and follow the instructions in the dialog boxes which appear.
I spent ages messing with Shockwave_Installer_but this contains a crappy little MSI that only installs a Merge Module for VC v9.You'll need to manually enable Flash if you wish to use it.For those who do wish to use Flash the need to enable it every time will be a nuisance, but that is Google's plan as it encourages the use of HTML5 over Flash.Not only is Flash notorious for its security vulnerabilities, but it is today used primarily behind the scenes for things like analytics that serve only to slow down users.According to Google, "HTML5 is much lighter and faster, and publishers are switching over to speed up page loading and save you more battery life.You can resolve almost all difficulties encountered with the Adobe Shockwave and Flash Players by taking the following steps: For Windows: Uninstall Shockwave Player 10 via the Control Panel.