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Users of Adobe Flash Player have grown accustomed to frequent security patches, but beginning with its next batch of bugfixes, Adobe says it will release updates on a new, more predictable schedule – one that just happens to coincide with Microsoft's "Patch Tuesday." "The alignment of the release cycle to Patch Tuesdays will …


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  1. JaitcH

    What with Start-Up Repairs from MS and FLASH Tuesdays, I might as well go fishing

    My wife's rugged little ASUS netbook spends the most of each Tuesday running Start-Up Repairs that kick in the first time she boots up after the Tuesday download. My daughters ASUS netbook is spared a lot of pain as we update her OS starting in the evening.

    With FLASH, sometimes it seems to be a week of Tuesdays, but at least it isn't followed by Start-Up Repair. Pity they ccan't get it right the first time.

  2. I think so I am?
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    In the future........

    No one uses Flash! no one uses windows.......... in fact no one uses computers or any internet connected devices at all.

    Be safe, be a hermit !

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