Chrome not updating flash
However, it doesn’t update the full version of Chrome.
Google Update automatically updates all users to the latest stable version of Chrome.
How to quickly update Flash Player with Google Chrome Integrated Plug-in: System Plug-in: Knowing the specifics will definitely help speed things up for you.
In some cases, however, you would only see Adobe Flash Player instead of any other name.
Adobe Flash Player used to be a built-in feature in Chrome, but now that the built-in version has been disabled when Chrome 55 was rolled out, users needed to download the plug-in version.
Along with it is one specific problem – updating will no longer be automatic.
To prevent Windows machines from updating to versions of Chrome beyond the number you specify, use the Target Version Prefix policy.
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If you want some users on a different release channel, you need to turn off auto-updates in Google Update first. You might need to schedule updates outside working hours.
To do this, you can set Updates Suppressed Start Hour, Updates Suppressed Start Min, and Updates Suppressed Duration Min policies to prevent Google Update checking for updates during the time you specify.
Even with the HTML5 set as default in Chrome 55, many users still prefer the Flash Player.
They’re likely to continue to do so until website owners, ad creators, and everyone who uses Flash starts using HTML5.