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Flash Player support on 64-bit operating systems
Flash Player runs on all 64-bit operating systems, including 64-bit Windows, Mac OS, and Linux. You can run Flash Player in a 32-bit browser on 64-bit systems or a 64-bit browser with a compatibility layer.
In addition, Adobe is actively working on the release of a 64-bit native Flash Player and will provide native support for Windows, Mac, and Linux 64-bit platforms in an upcoming major release of Flash Player.
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To run Flash Player on a 64-bit operating system other than Linux, use a 32-bit browser.
- Windows (including 64-bit Windows 7 and Windows Vista) with Internet Explorer
- Windows (including 64-bit Windows 7 and Windows Vista) with non-Internet Explorer browsers, such as Firefox
- Mac OS (including Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard)
To use Flash Player with any major browser on 64-bit Windows, use the 32-bit version of the browser. All major browsers for Windows are available in 32-bit.
Select Start and, in the Search box, type “Internet Explorer”. You see several versions of Internet Explorer. Click the one that says only “Internet Explorer”. Do not click the “Internet Explorer (64-bit)” or “Internet Explorer (No Add-ons)”.
You can confirm you’ve opened the 32-bit Internet Explorer by selecting the question mark > About Internet Explorer. If you do not see the words “64-bit Edition” next to the version number, you are running the 32-bit Internet Explorer.
Note: For more information on using Flash Player in the 32-bit Internet Explorer, including how to pin the 32-bit Internet Explorer to your Start menu, see “I can’t get Adobe Flash Player to work on Windows 7” (TechNote 83715).