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    In IE 10 and IE 11, flash has become an integral part of IE and is updated through WU, almost monthly. I am unsure if Flash can be removed. I also do not believe Flash can be updated outside of WU in these newer versions of IE..
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    I updated Flash from Adobe in IE 10 last month using Win 7, but it's now embedded in IE in Win 8 so they will be included in WU for Win 8/8.1

    http://forums.adobe.com/message/4814662

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    I have tried over and over, now up to Flash Player 12+. Still can't get either IE 10 32 bit, (I got rid of 11, too many problems besides this one) or Firefox 26 to play video from the BBC and some other sites. Some do play, U-tube for instance, but it seems to be hit or miss. In a reply from the BBC Help I got this: "...it may be because the Flash Player Add-on has been disabled (turned off) in your browser settings." Maybe, but why in some sites and not others? And just where is this on-off switch? I've looked under Tools > Manage Add-ons, but Flash Player isn't mentioned. If it isn't an Add-on what is it, where is it?

    Can someone point to this switch?

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    See if you can download IE10 direct http://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/downl...0-details.aspx

    IE10 is 32bit default.

    Providing you have Adobe Shockwave installed and Shockwave Flash Object enabled and that it's ActiveX Control add-ons are also enabled, then go Tools/Safety and check to see that ActiveX Filtering isn't checked.

    To check that the Shockwave ActiveX Control add-ons are enabled, you will need to use the Currently loaded add-ons dropdown and select All add-ons.

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