SAN JOSE, Calif. (NewsNation Now) – It’s the end of an era on the Internet. Adobe will stop supporting its Flash Player on December 31, 2020.
Most people won’t notice the change. Apple phased out support for Flash on most platforms a decade ago.
One reason for the uninstall is that Adobe will stop updating security as of December 31st. For this reason, starting January 12th, Adobe will also block Flash content from running in Flash Player.
Flash debuted as Macromedia Flash in 1996. The tool then delivered animations, videos and other new experiences for the World Wide Web. Adobe announced the end of the platform in 2017.
“Several industries and companies have taken care of Flash technology – including games, education and video,” Adobe said in 2017. “But as open standards like HTML5, WebGL …