I do not understand why Adobe insists on making the Flash installer stay in focus while downloading. This can take a few minutes depending on download speed and package size, and while it's going, you cannot minimize or cover the Flash installer to do other work. Isn't "multitasking" something that Windows apps strive to do??
And, I prefer to be notified on updates, and yet after every install, the Flash installer insists on changing my settings. Do the Flash programmers not respect the choices and time of the users??
I do not understand why Adobe insists on making the Flash installer stay in focus while downloading.
I don't understand this; downloading is a pure Windows or browser function - it has nothing to do with Adobe. I download the installers to my local disk, then close the browsers and run the installers:
I also prefer no auto-updates, and that is what I have set in the Flash Player Settings Manager. Manually installing an update has never changed this setting.