Have you already accessed a website that needs Flash Player?
That technology was once very popular in the early days of the internet and used in a variety of animations, videos and games ... Maybe the peak of Flash was the most colorful and creative time on the internet.
End of an era? Sometime ago, Adobe announced the end of Flash in 2020, mainly due to the decrease of users, performance and security issues, replacing it with more modern standards like HTML 5 Canvas and WebGL.
Adobe has been turning off Flash slowly over the past 3 years, the forecast for the last months of 2020 will to be stop the support of the plug-in. In addition, Adobe’s has been working in partnership with Apple, Mozilla and Microsoft for discontinuity and their replacement in more current browsers. Google, for example, is already ignoring all Flash content in search engine (but the rest of the web site will still be normally indexed).
Maybe most people won’t even notice the difference, because current browsers are already blocking Flash by default. Adobe’s threw the towel for Flash too, haha.
Here’s a warning, if you have a website or admin panel that uses flash in anyway, be aware that support ends next year.
This is a good time to update your site, and improve your placement.