Adobe Flash Player is living its last days and this is no secret for anybody. Nonetheless, this does not mean that it isn’t still useful. For example, in Google Chrome it is possible to deactivate the default use of Adobe Flash Player. However, if you do this you might discover that there are certain websites which require Flash. So here is how you can enable it once again.
How to enable Flash Player in Google Chrome
Enabling Adobe Flash Player is very simple. All you have to do is head over to a website that you trust. Look at the link box and you should see a little lock icon on the left.
If you click on it you should see a small menu pop up. Look through the list of options and at the bottom of it you should find “Site settings”. A new page should open and you will see a list of options. Find the Flash option and select Allow from the drop-down menu.
Other Flash settings
More advanced Flash settings are also available. You can decide on which websites Flash is allowed to function. This is possible on both Windows and Mac. Here is how you can do it.
Start by opening Google Chrome. In the right corner, on the top of the screen, you should see three points. A new drop-down menu should show up. Select Settings. Once a new page opens, you have to scroll to the bottom of it and click Advanced.
You should see a Privacy and security section. There you can find Content settings, click on it. A new list should show up. Find Flash on it and choose to Ask first. This way, if a website requires Flash, you will choose whether it is allowed or not.
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