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How to activate Adobe Flash Player in Google Chrome

Whether it is to run browser games or to access different web pages, Adobe Flash Player is a very important extension in all browsers, including Google Chrome. In this sense, it is thanks to Adobe Flash Player that Chrome is capable of playing many Flash games and other types of online elements that are integrated into web platforms.

Although Google Chrome brings Adobe Flash Player with it by default, there are times when it is disabled and can cause problems when accessing Internet pages or when we want to run some type of element that deserves this complement. If this has happened to you, don’t worry, as below you will see how to activate Adobe Flash Player in Google Chrome step by step, quickly and safely.

Unblock on a page

If when accessing a website you see the message ” Adobe Flash Player is blocked ” and you want to know how to enable it only to be able to reproduce the content of this site, the steps you must follow are these:

  1. Press the padlock button on the left of the search bar (next to the URL) and click on Website Settings.
  2. Now scroll down to the Permissions > Flash section and change the setting to Allow.
  3. Once this is done, return to the website and press F5 or the reload button to refresh the page.

Now you can use the elements that deserve Adobe Flash Player within the web page without problems. In addition , Google Chrome will save the automatic changes, so you can enter the same platform later and you will not need to repeat this procedure.

Activate for all pages

In order to play all the Flash content that you find on the Internet while using Google Chrome without any inconvenience, what you must do is enable the permissions of this tool from the browser settings. To do this, follow these instructions:

  1. While in Google Chrome, go to Settings by pressing the three vertical dots located in the upper right corner of the screen and then click on Settings.
  2. Next, navigate to Advanced Settings > Content Settings  and click Flash.
  3. In this new tab, enable the Ask before option .

Once this is done, every time a web page contains Flash content, you will see a pop-up tab asking if you want to enable Adobe Flash Player. In these cases, you just have to press Allow and that’s it. Although this procedure is not automatic, the truth is that it does save a lot of time and is a practical option.

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