What's the Difference Between Flash Player and Shockwave?

Hi,
I was wondering what's the difference between Flash Player
and Shockwave? And how do you know which one isn't working? I
downloaded and installed Flash Player successfully but it did say
that the plug ins might be in another file and may not work
properly. There is one game that will work, but most everything
else doesn't. I don't get pictures (like adverts, ect.) in my
email. What is the problem?

I have found this site helpful. Adobe has a "Test Adobe
Shockwave & Flash Players" site. Here is the address:
http://www.adobe.com/shockwave/welcome/

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