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Whenever an update for Adobe Flash is available, the Adobe Flash Player Installer runs in "always on top" mode obscuring other programs.

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I have to drag it to a corner so that I can continue my work while it downloads the update. Is there a way make in not run in "always on top" mode? I am using Windows 8. I don't want to use auto-update as I want to keep a tab on my data usage.

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During setup, select to use the background update, this updates Flash silently in background with the help of the task scheduler and you don't see any Window.

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Thanks, I knew about this option but as I said - I don't want to use auto-update as I want to keep a tab on my data usage. –  Naveen Dec 25 '13 at 18:12
    
in this case, you must life with it. I've set this option once and I'm always up to date. –  magicandre1981 Dec 25 '13 at 18:16

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