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Not trying to sound smart alec, but if you are that dissatisfied with it, you could perhaps uninstall it, or change the auto update settings to 'never update' on install?
I agree. It drives me fucking insane. But what drives me insane at the moment with it, is it crashes Chrome as per:
To fix this issue, i posted a reply:
Here is how to fix this ^ problem (if you experience it):
Chrome runs its own version of flash, what fixed it for me was navigating to:
In chrome, expanding 'details' (top right) and searching for Flash, the one listed under:
I then uninstalled Flash player (need to download the uninstaller from Adobe) from my computer, and re-installed latest Flash player from Adobe like normal onto my computer.
Then I revisited the
And ensured the only Flash player that was enabled was the version I just installed (on my windows machine) and not the Chrome installed one (which lives in the Chrome folder structures)
Restarted Chrome, no more crashes :)