Adobe Flash will be going away soon, but for now, you can easily install and enable Adobe Flash Player on a Mac computer using a Safari browser. To get Flash off of your Mac for good, you’ll need an uninstaller from Adobe. There are distinct versions for OS X 10.6 and later, for 10.4 and 10.5, and even one for 10.1 to 10.3. On clean my Mac I see a lot of Adobe apps and despite my using Adobe Acrobat DC, I truly hate Adobe and all the crap that it installs. I see two “setup.app, logtransport2.app, formscentral for Acrobat.app, creative cloud.app, creative cloud installer.app, creative cloud desktop App.app, Core sync, app, CCXProcess.app, AdobeIPCBroker.app, adobelicutil.app, adobelichelper.app and on and on.
Adobe Flash Player can still be used on Firefox, Chrome, and Opera on Macs. On Mac, Adobe Flash Player uses a lot of CPU resources, leading to the system crashing or slowing down. IOS devices are already not compatible with Adobe Flash Player, though it can be downloaded as a plug-in on Safari.
Shockwave Player is also a plugin for several browsers, including Safari and Firefox, which lets you view multimedia content developed use with this technology, which is seen especially in web applications and games (for example, Habbo).
Generally, online resources that use Shockwave indicate so before displaying the content. If the web browser you are using is not able to install Shockwave Player: download this package, close the browser, and use the installer.
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