I've just switched to Windows7 and a great many times when I call up a page in IE, I get an on screen message...."Warning please update Flash Player". There are a couple of boxes there marked update and install. I actually clicked on one yesterday and it seemed to be loading...not updating, but I'm still getting the message, which doesn't seem to appear in Firefox. Can anyone advise please?
Well well well, looks like FileHippo don't host the original file any more - so it takes you to the Adobe installation page. Just remember to untick the "bonus" software it wants to foist on you before clicking Download Now
rdave13 - that's news to me. Why does software that needs updating so often and is regularly called out for issues try to make things harder to keep up to date - Java is another one. Seems to suit them that people need to keep running the latest installers to update, and have to untick toolbars or browsers or addons first.
Missed your post amongst all my failed attempts at posting the link!
Thanks jaywoo and rdave...very helpful. I actually thought it was a scam popup, somehow didn't seem kosher. rdave,can I just install 10 directly on to my machine or do I have to do anything to my version 9 first, and why will that stop the update warning?