The instructions look good except the addresses should be HTTPS in case browser tries HTTP only. Your download will be at the location set in browser, see options, preferences, settings for "Downloads". See screen image of my browser with arrows pointing to items that I check every time I update. I never download Adobe Flash Player from sites other than Adobe; there are ways to trick people into thinking a fake installer is valid.
I'm trying to get access to an ebook, and the publisher sent me the following directions:
To read the ebook, you will need to have Adobe Flash and Adobe Digital Editions installed on your computer. Flash is available at: http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/. Digital Editions is available at: http://www.adobe.com/products/digitaleditions/#download. (Please note: iPhone, iPod, and iPad readers: You will NOT need Flash. Please visit the download link on your iOS device in Safari. You will be able to open the ebook from there directly, into the Bluefire Reader app.)
While I was able to download Adobe Digital Editions onto my mac computer, I have not been able to download Adobe Flash Player. When I try to download it, the "install Adobe Flash Player" runs, but I can't find the program anywhere on my computer. Has it downloaded?
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Please refer to:
- http://www.macworld.co.uk/how-to/mac-software/how-uninstall-flash-player-on-your-mac-or-ma cbook-3428948/
For security reasons, most modern browsers block the Flash Player plugin by default until you specifically enable it for trusted websites in your browser's advanced settings.
For Firefox on any OS, see Enable Flash Player for Firefox.
For Safari on Mac OS, see Enable Flash Player for Safari.
For Google Chrome, see Enable Flash Player for Chrome.