You can now grab Adobe Flash 19 beta from the Labs

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Adobe Flash and other programs can be a security problem. There's a reason the company releases regular updates. It's advisable to install them, as it likely means you're vulnerable if you don't. Perhaps the biggest offender is Flash, which powers many things on the web.

Now Adobe is quietly testing a beta version of Flash 19. It is currently a Labs project, but anyone can grab a copy if they'd like to try it out.

"This beta release includes new features as well as enhancements and bug fixes related to security, stability, performance, and device compatibility for Flash Player 19", Adobe states in its announcement.

The company also claims it is moving to a rapid release program which will involve background updates. If you subscribe then you'll get the updates without having to do anything.

You can find out more about Flash and this release by visiting here. If you wish to try out the new beta then you can visit Adobe Labs to grab a copy.

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