Microsoft does want more Adobe Flash player in Windows 10. For this, the publisher has just released a removal tool in the form of an optional update. However, it must be downloaded and run manually, by going to the site Microsoft Update Catalog. But once the update is executed, it will not be possible to undo it.
The KB4577586 update does have some limitations though: it only affects the removal of Adobe Flash Player in Internet Explorer 11 and the older version of Edge browser (not Chromium). To remove Adobe Flash Player from Chrome or Firefox, you must either go through the option to remove programs from the Windows settings, or use a uninstallation tool provided by Adobe. At worst, you can turn off Adobe Flash in the browser.
The Adobe Flash player is currently at the end of its life because this technology has become obsolete. It will be permanently abandoned by Adobe at the end of the year and will therefore no longer receive security updates.
Source : Bleeping Computer