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I am using Microsoft Edge in Windows 10. My Internet connection is slow and so I was doing the trouble shooting that my Network provider recommended. First they said to see if you have the latest version of Adobe Flash Player. I went to Adobe's website to check to see if I have the latest version. First it wanted to "Test Flash Player". When I ran the test it said Flash Player was disabled. I went thru the routine to enable it, but it was already enabled! My first question is Flash Player enabled, or not? That was as far as I could go to determine if I had the latest version.
Microsoft, like most other major browser vendors, disables Flash by default and force users to enable it, and in Edge's case, on a per site basis (there is no 'allow always, for all sites' option). So while it may appear that Flash is enabled, it may be disabled for a particular site you've visited before, unless you've explicitly opted to 'always allow' for that site. See Troubleshooting Flash Player on Microsoft Edge and Extending User Control of Flash with Click-to-Run - Microsoft Edge Dev BlogMicrosoft Edge Dev Blog for assistance/more information.