As I’ve told you not a long time ago, Adobe has launched a new beta version of Flash Player that brings support for the latest versions of Windows and Internet Explorer released by Microsoft.
Today, the same beta version has received a new round of improvements, so in case you’ve already installed it, make sure you get the update as soon as possible.
According to the official release notes published today, Adobe Flash Player 18.104.22.168 beta comes to resolve an issue where ads not using H.264 encoding caused PlayTo chaining to break, while also bringing multiple stability and security enhancements.
As mentioned, Flash Player 12 beta works with Internet Explorer 11, but also with Safari 6 and the newest browsers available on the market.
Of course, all users running the beta are recommended to get the new build right now, so go ahead and download Adobe Flash Player 22.214.171.124 beta from Softpedia.