On Internet Explorer, the installer needs to close the browser to proceed with the installation. Also, if an application is using an already installed version of Flash Player, the Flash Player installer can't run properly.In that case, close all open applications and try again.For Internet Explorer, see Enable Flash Player for Internet Explorer.For Firefox on any OS, see Enable Flash Player for Firefox.If I change default to Chrome, or to Firefox - the Adobe Flash Player will work well.The moment I change default back to Internet Explorer 11 - Adobe Flash Player will cease to work.Adobe Flash Player will not work on my Internet Explorer 11.I have confirmed Adobe Flash Player is properly installed.
See the Adobe Security bulletins and advisories page for information about security and stability issues affecting Adobe Flash Player and other Adobe products.The Flash Player installer should prompt you to begin installation after the download is complete.If it doesn’t, you can start the installer directly from your Downloads folder. The ADM installer uses the SHA256 certificate, which may not be compatible with a computer that is running Windows Vista SP2 or Windows Server 2008 SP2.The Adobe Flash Player browser plugin lets you view video and animated content in Firefox.This article has information about testing, installing, updating, uninstalling and troubleshooting the Adobe Flash plugin.The Flash plugin automatically updates itself by default.If Mozilla's Plugin Check page or Adobe's test page says that Flash is outdated and you don't want to wait for the automatic update, you can update Flash manually by downloading and installing the latest version from Adobe.This makes no sense to me, but since I prefer Internet Explorer I have been temporarily switching back and forth just to watch website videos.Does anyone have any thoughts as to why this happens and how I may correct it? You might not realise it, but Flash comes with Chrome, needs to be installed in Firefox and needs to be installed in Internet Explorer.This process involves editing the Windows Registry, so it may be a good idea to back up your registry accordingly.commonly abbreviated IE or MSIE) is a discontinued series of graphical web browsers developed by Microsoft and included as part of the Microsoft Windows line of operating systems, starting in 1995.