Google News article The next major version of Adobe Flash will ship on October 29.
In fact, Adobe says it will be shipping this version as well.
However, for many people, that may be a bad thing.
If you are running Windows 8.1, you should upgrade to the next major release.
It is also important to be sure that you have the latest version of Windows 8, and you can find more information on the Adobe Flash Player download page.
Adobe also says that this update should be compatible with all Windows 7 or 8 systems.
That means that it should work with most devices.
You can check your Windows 8 system version by going to Settings > Update & Security > Update and Security, and then searching for Windows Update.
If your system doesn’t have Windows Update, you can still install Flash Player from the Windows Update page.
For most people, upgrading to Windows 10 will allow you to run Flash Player as an administrator.
It will also allow you access to the Windows Store.
That said, some people are still running Windows 7 and want to run a Windows 10 upgrade.
For that, you will need to manually install the Windows 10 Insider Preview, which will let you upgrade to a new version of the operating system.
If that doesn’t work, you may be able to use the new update to upgrade to Windows 8 or Windows 10.
Here are some more steps to get started: Install Adobe Flash.
Click Start, and click Run, then click OK.
Open the Control Panel, and go to Administrative Tools.
Select Windows Components and then Adobe Flash, and follow the instructions.
If the installation was successful, you’ll see a message similar to the following.
Flash Player: Adobe Flash is now installed.
The Flash Player is installed and ready to use.
You may see an error message.
Adobe Flash update is not available for you.
Click Continue to continue.
You will see the Flash Player installation prompt.
Click Yes to continue, and Adobe Flash should begin to install.
If it doesn’t, try reinstalling Flash Player.
Once Flash is installed, you need to reboot your PC.
Click Restart now, and your Flash Player will be restored to its previous state.
If Flash isn’t working properly, try rebooting your PC again.
If all of the above doesn’t fix the issue, you might need to check your computer manufacturer’s support site for more information.
This article originally appeared on PCWorld.com.