Adobe Flash Player one day mysteriously just STOPPED working while I was on the Facebook page, which I accessed through Internet Explorer, my browser of choice since the beginning of time. Even though Flash Player was enabled, and I re-downloaded it just to make sure, it stopped playing videos. It was not until I check-marked the boxes in the Flash download indicating that I agreed to also download Google Chrome, that Flash Player magically started to work, but ONLY if I accessed Facebook through Chrome. This is manipulative ******** that takes away my freedom of choice, because now, if I want to be able to view the vast majority of videos posted by my friends on Facebook, I have to log in via NOT MY FAVORITE web browser. A stupid, mean, sneaky tactic that inconvenienced me for days until I figured it out, and instantly made me angry, and strongly dislike both Google and Adobe - even though I've been a loyal customer of both for years.
Well, it sounds like something is wrong with the Flash Player installation in Internet Explorer.
You installed an optional download that included Google Chrome, which bundles it's own copy of Flash Player as a built-in component, which is why it works there.
If you'd like to troubleshoot the issue, I'd be happy to help.
If you would prefer to enact retribution for our assault on your freedom by simply no longer using Flash Player, you can find the uninstaller here:
There's nothing wrong with the installation in Internet Explorer. It's installed and enabled, all the associated active X controls are enabled. If your supervisor read your reply to a 25 year Adobe client, you'd be fired on the spot.
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