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Dec 19, 2020 Dec 19, 2020

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I was wonder if I was able to run an old version of Adobe flash player for a specific site I use to make music. I know it's out of date since 2017, but is there any way I can install an older version to make flash work? or even run the latest version without it saying that it's out of date? (Chromebook)

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Most Valuable Participant , Dec 20, 2020 Dec 20, 2020
1. Flash Player is shutting down in a few weeks, you need to find a different site to make music. 2. As part of preparing for the shutdown, Adobe have removed downloads of all old versions. 3. You never could install Flash, old or new, on a Chromebook - only use the one installed by Google and kept up to date. It is believed Google will block this one as part of the general Flash shutdown.

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1. Flash Player is shutting down in a few weeks, you need to find a different site to make music.

2. As part of preparing for the shutdown, Adobe have removed downloads of all old versions.

3. You never could install Flash, old or new, on a Chromebook - only use the one installed by Google and kept up to date. It is believed Google will block this one as part of the general Flash shutdown.

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