Adobe Flash Player (32-bit) version bundled in Windows 10 is only reportedly removed and standalone versions of Adobe Flash Player that have been installed by the user are not removed by the update. Furthermore, Adobe Flash Player component built into Microsoft Edge or other browsers is also not removed.
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