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Windows 7: Adobe website pages keep reloading - Anybody else seeing this?

06 Jun 2015   #31

Win-7-Pro64bit 7-H-Prem-64bit

In Internet explorer ?
In ie11 it's listed as a browser add-on in the Run without permission section of Show.
Disable it.
Or you can open Flash player in the control panel listing and adjust it there to Prompt you before allowing sites to save files... on your computer
Or Never save files to your computer which is what I would choose if there was no uninstall option like in win-10.

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06 Jun 2015   #32

Windows 7 Pro-x64

You can uninstall it from P&F or simply disable it in Manage Addons in IE-11.

@GokAy - If you already allowed it for all sites, right click on the entry in Manage Addons and click on More Information. Click on the Remove ALL and Close/OK out. An option bar will appear at the bottom of the IE-11 window the next time a site requests Flash. If you click on Allow, it puts that site into the accept list and the bar will not appear again for that site. If you click on Allow All, you loose control. To ignore the request don't do anything or click the X to the right of the choice to close the bar. I got over the nag for this and it's easy for me to ignore or close the bar but at least I have control over which sites can use Flash.
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07 Jun 2015   #33

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1

Nice, going to try it now. Thanks :)
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16 Aug 2016   #34

Windows 7 64

Old thread, but I am having the same issue with the Adobe site; continuous reload. Win 7, 64. Not happening anywhere else.
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