Re: Adobe Flash Player

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by squirltok, Nov 2, 2009.

  1. squirltok

    squirltok Guest

    DemoDisk wrote:
    > I am the last surviving user of Windows 98SE. I'm getting tired of
    > websites telling me "You need Adobe Flash Player 8 (or above) to view
    > (charts, in this case). It is a free and lightweight installation from
    > Adobe.com. Please click on OK to view install the same."
    >
    > Given that W98SE on this homebuilt isn't entirely stable or secure, I
    > thought it wd be a good idea to check here. Can I / Should I install
    > Flash Player 8 (or above)? Done it y'self? Is it worth it?
    >
    > Thanks much,
    > Jm


    Figure out a way to get windows 2000, it's still supported by most.
    There are plenty of places to download it.
    squirltok, Nov 2, 2009
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