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Adobe Shockwave officially retired After 24 years

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Date: 10 April 2019


On April 9, 2019, Adobe officially ended the Shockwave product line and no longer provides any technical support. Now, all versions of Shockwave Player have disappeared from Adobe's official website, and the original page is now redirected to a software-finished FAQ Q&A page, End of Life for Adobe Shockwave.


Adobe Shockwave is a browser-based multimedia platform for interactive applications, video games, etc. Originally born in 1995, it entered the Adobe family with the acquisition of Macromedia in 2005, but its usage rate has become lower and lower in recent years. .



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