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Need help selecting correct version for Mac OS 10.6.8

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Mar 11, 2019 Mar 11, 2019

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I am so sorry to take up your time asking what may be a silly question, but I did try the FAQ's first.

I have a mac running iOS 10.6.8 and I can *NOT* upgrade it until January 1, 2020 (contractually obligated to use software that won't run on anything higher).

It is a Macbook Pro with an Intel processor.

I want to be sure I am running the most current version of flash.     I am running 28.0.0.161.

When I go to the (apparently recently updated) page here:   Archived Adobe Flash Player versions     the chart does not have an entry that fits my OS and processor combination.    And I can't translate "28.0.0.161" to the numbering convention used in the chart which is something like "10.3.183.90"

What is the highest version of Flash that I can run on this mac?   And what is the exactly correct file to download to upgrade it if I'm not running the most current version already?

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May 16, 2019 May 16, 2019

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In general, the only valid copy of Flash Player that's safe to use for general web browsing is the current version.  This is why we don't provide a compatibility matrix.

If you can't run the latest Flash Player, you're better off not running it.  Use a dedicated machine with current software for general web browsing, and/or take advantage of virtualization technologies like VMWare Fusion to run your legacy software in a container, so that you can continue running software with current security patches for your other activities.

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