You can now uninstall Flash on Windows 10 and 8.1 using KB4577586

Microsoft has released an optional update for Windows 10 and Windows 8.1 that will remove all traces of Adobe Flash Player from the operating systems when installed. Adobe Flash will be retired at the end of 2020 and companies like Microsoft, Google, and Mozilla have announced that they will drop support for the product in their browsers and systems. KB4577586 will remove the native Flash Player installation on Windows 10 and 8.1 devices it is installed on. The update is only available on the Microsoft Update Catalog website and not via Windows Update, WSUS or other update management systems at the time of writing. KB4577586, the Update for the removal

Microsoft release Windows 10 Cumulative Update KB4577586 which removes Flash

Microsoft has released KB4577586 today, the “Update for the removal of Adobe Flash Player: October 27, 2020“. As suggested by the name, KB4577586 removed Adobe Flash from all versions of Windows 10 and Windows Server and prevents it from being installed again. The update is not being pushed out, and is currently only available via the Microsoft Catalog. It is a one-way option – once installed it can not be uninstalled – the only option is restoring you PC to an earlier time. While Adobe Flash Player is removed from your system by the update, it remains available as a built-in component in Edge, though we assume this will also