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How to enable Adobe Flash Player in Edge and Chrome?


The Adobe Flash Player has for many years been the most popular plugin to play media content on most sites. Even the YouTube use Adobe Flash player as the default Plugin for video playback by 2015.

Although many sites have stopped using Adobe Flash Player, there are still some sites that require it. See below how to enable Flash in Edge and Chrome.

How to enable Flash for a specific site in Chrome?

The Flash plugin is already preinstalled in Chrome, so you don't need to install it, but you will need to enable it for any site that requires it:

  1. Open the site on which you want to allow Flash.
  2. Then click the padlock or the info icon in front of the address URL of the site.
  3. Click the settings location.
  4. Scroll down to find the Flash item under the selection Permissions.
  5. Finally, to the right of the Flash option, click the down-arrow and then the Allow.
  6. Now, do it refresh page to make changes to this one site.

Flash automatically shuts off every time you exit Chrome. So you need to re-enable it for each site.

How to enable Adobe Flash Player in Edge?

Unlike Chrome, you can enable Flash on Microsoft Edge for all sites in general, but for each individually:

  1. In Microsoft Edge, click the three dot icon in the upper right corner.
  2. Click on Settings.
  3. Then go to the selection For advanced.
  4. Finally, activate the swap bar for Adobe Flash Player.

How do you enable Flash for specific sites?

  1. Go to the Web site where you want to enable Flash.
  2. Click the puzzle icon that appears on the right side of the address bar.
  3. Now, click Allow it once.

You can now successfully play Flash content on the site. However, you must enable Flash each time you visit the site.


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