Note: If you are using only Google Chrome, Adobe Flash is automatically updated by Chrome itself. So there is no action necessary. If you need Adobe Flash for Internet Explorer or some older educational software, continue below. For trouble shooting Internet Explorer and the Adobe Flash install, scroll down to the "Internet Explorer, Flash Player, & You" section.
Enter get.adobe.com/flashplayer into the URL bar at the top of the browser window or click here to go directly to that webpage.
If you are using Google Chrome, you will get this page describing that you do not need to do anything to update Adobe Flash in the Chrome browser. To continue to install it for Internet Explorer or educational software that needs it, click on Adobe Flash Player System Plug-in.
If there is a checkbox in the middle, make sure it is unchecked. Then click on Install Now.
When the download starts, click on it to open the installer in the lower left hand side of your browser window.
When the installer starts, click on Next.
The download may take some time depending on your internet connection.
When it is done, click on Finish. If it opens a new browser window automatically, you can close it. Even though it says to restart your browser, it is recommended that you restart your computer.
In Internet Explorer, click on the little gear icon in the top right of the window. Then choose Manage Add-ons from the list.
In the window that appears, look for and click once on Shockwave Flash Object in the list, and check that it says Enabled. If it says Disabled, click on Enable in the lower right. You can then close this window and you are now finished.
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