Disable Peer-Assisted Networking in Adobe Flash Player

Peer-assisted networking is not very different from peer-to-peer (P2P) networking. While in the peer-to-peer networking two people are exchanging data back and forth using P2P software like BitTorrent, the peer-assisted networking involves partial sharing of data from other peers using the same website. Adobe Flash Player enables peer-assisted networking by default. This means when you are Read More …

Install and Use Adobe Flash Alternative Shumway in Firefox

A few years ago, all the browsers depended on Adobe to release the latest updated version of Adobe Flash Player to fix some vulnerability that became known publicly. This meant that users of that browsers stayed exposed to Flash vulnerabilities until Adobe released the update. This is why many web browsers have started to create their Read More …

Change Update Settings for Adobe Flash Player in Windows

When you install a fresh copy of Adobe Flash Player, it gives you options to choose automatic updates, update notifications or disabling the update altogether. If you accidentally choose the incorrect settings for update, then there is not pretty much you can do as the installer has already closed down. But Adobe Flash Player settings Read More …

How to Enable Flash on Sites in the App Mode of Internet Explorer

Starting with Windows 8, Internet Explorer is present in Windows in two different modes – the desktop mode and the app mode. The desktop mode opens like any other Windows application as it has always been, but the app mode opens like a full screen app and offers a unique interface that works very well with Read More …