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There is a simple and good reason to say goodbye to Flash software – by giving a valid motive that the software has failed meet security issues. In today’s advanced technical environment and burgeoning cyber threats all around, it has now inevitability to dump the software and move on with a better and more secure alternate.

Symantec, a well known and pioneer software security provider, has highlighted Flash software as the worst software in terms of security reasons. On the other hand, Alex Stamos, the chief security guy for Facebook said — “It is time for Adobe to announce the end-of-life date for Flash and to ask the browsers to set killbits on the same day.”

Regardless of the security loopholes, Flash software is still in place because several institutions including government organizations, media houses, and advertising agencies are still using the software. Possibly, the IT staffs in these organizations may not have enough expertise to replace the software efficiently.

If you are planning to uninstall the software from your Mac machine, you should look for Flash uninstallation help for Mac offered by expert professionals. Though it doesn’t involve much of complex procedures, yet you need to be in touch with experienced technicians who can offer the best Apple help in real time.

There is a possibility to encounter some technical problems, you need to access an Apple-certified technical help and avoid all the possible threats. With Apple phone help from experts, you can accomplish the uninstallation procedure easily and effortlessly.

Here is how Mac users can uninstall the software from their Mac computer system:

Option 1

Use Flash Uninstaller tool:

  • Download Flash uninstaller tool
  • Run the setup file to install it on your computer
  • Execute the tool, and get your computer Flash-free

Option 2

Uninstall the software manually:

  • Launch “Finder Window” and go to Macintosh HD/Library/Internet Plug-ins. You have to locate two main files in this drive:
  • xpt
  • Flash Player.plugin
  • You can either dump these two files into a folder somewhere or just remove them forcefully. It doesn’t pose technical threat any more.

Option 3

Clean-up directories and cache memory:

  • In the Safari browser, go to Window > Downloads. And launch the uninstaller.
  • Close Safari and then select Uninstall to delete Flash.
  • You can also cleanup directories and cache memory through the following path: “<home directory>/Library/Preferences/Macromedia/Flash\ Player” and “<home directory>/Library/Caches/Adobe/Flash\ Player”

In addition to these options, you can also disable Flash plug-in from Chrome browser if you have added it. To deactivate Flash from Google Chrome:

  • Go to the address bar and find plug-ins in the Chrome browser
  • Find Flash and click to deactivate

So, now you have a Flash-free computer.


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