I'll be honest. I have NO IDEA which version is really "current". I have a Mac, and Firefox is using 22.214.171.124, Chrome uses 126.96.36.199 and my IE uses 188.8.131.52 on Windows 8. As long as it ain't 11.9, it should be alright.
I have exactly the same problem. What adds to the annoyance is Facebook keeps insisting I don't have the most current version either and without it insists I upload pictures one at a time. Also with 184.108.40.206 I cannot seem to find a way to access an Adobe Flash Player icon or whatever that would allow me to ensure auto updates of the program occur. I.e., I don't know if this will happen or not.
Here's the "mish mash" I have on my Windows 7 machine:
Flash Player installed versions
As you can see, there are now three (3) different versions for three different browsers.
The problem with uploads to Facebook is with IE11, because the code is bad in the browser and Facebook doesn't recognize IE11 as IE or anything else, so it can't recongize the Flash Player plugin required for multiple uploads. The best solution is to use something it does recognize, like Firefox, Chrome, Opera or Safari.
have to go flash player support center on adobe.com and read up on it--it helps some times@
The latest versions are listed on the /http://www.adobe.com/software/flash/about/ page. This page is always updated with the latest released versions and is a good resource to bookmark.
Google updates the pepper-based Flash Player. If you have the latest version of Google Chrome installed for your OS, you have the latest version of Flash Player for Chrome installed.
If you have 220.127.116.11 installed, then you have the beta version released last Tuesday.
You can use the off-line installers to install the latest Mac Plugin and Windows ActiveX and Plugin (minus the ActiveX for Windows 8.x as that is updated via Windows Update):
- Mac Plugin (non-chrome broswers)
- Windows Plugin (non-IE, non-chrome browsers)
- Windows ActiveX (IE browser)
If you need to uninstall to perform a clean install:
HTH clarify the current released versions and resolve issues you may have with the current installed versions across your various installed browsers.