The utility Macromedia Projector, by Adobe, is used to open flash games and movies. A program uses Macromedia Projector when the user clicks on a flash file or attempts to open flash content online. Without programs like Macromedia Projector installed on the computer, the user receives an error message from Windows when trying to play this type of content.
Things You'll Need
- Microsoft Windows
- Macromedia Projector .exe file
Click on the "Macromedia Projector" entry in your web browser's "Downloads" list.
Click "Next" once the Macromedia Projector installation wizard loads.
Read the terms and conditions and click "Accept." Click "Next."
Select "Next" if you want the software to be installed to the default directory specified by the installation wizard. Otherwise, click "Browse" and then specify a directory of your own.
Click "Next." Wait while the software installs, and then click "Finish" when prompted.
Tips & Warnings
- Macromedia is now owned by Adobe. During the installation process you may be prompted to update the software. If you wish to use the Macromedia version, click "No." To upgrade the software to the Adobe version, click "Yes."
- Use caution in changing the default installation of the software. If you change it and cannot remember where you installed it, you could have trouble modifying the installation later on.
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