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Thanks to OP. Done.
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Thanks, Randy!
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Note.... you'll now have both the Adobe Flash Installer and Uninstaller sitting in your Applications folder.
Nope! It put the .dmg files in my Downloads folder. That's it. Edit: Well, I discovered it put a Flash Update Manager in the Utilities folder.
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... you should ... have an Adobe Flash Icon in System Preferences.
Yes, and thanks to harryb who noted that it was set to automatically update. I prefer to be notified.

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Thanks for the information! Now have two more to update.

Just wondering. If flash was already installed why didn't my computer receive an update notification from adobe? It seems I get them for all there other software.

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I've noticed that the only time I'll get an update notification for Flash is if I'm on a site that Flash is used and an update is available. I suppose I could click on the Flash icon in System Preferences and select "check for updates".
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