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How to Enable Flash in Chrome

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Flash used to be very popular in the past; nevertheless, times have changed, and its security issues eventually led to its downfall. Although Flash is still in use, its time is ticking away fast and it is only a question of the moment, when this, once upon a time amazing tool, will become history.

Chrome, Mozilla and even Internet Explorer will begin blocking Flash by the end of 2020, which means that that is probably the moment when you will have to say “Goodbye” too good, old Flash.

However, up until then, you will stumble upon websites with Flash. Therefore, the guide on how to enable Flash in Chrome will be more than useful and this is what you need to do.

How to Enable Flash in Chrome

  1. If you, for instance, like Flash games and Flash isn’t enabled in Chrome, you will see this image in front of you.

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    In other words, your only option is to enable it in Chrome itself.

  2. In order to do that, you need to go to “Customize and control Google Chrome”.
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  4. Enter “Settings”

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    and, in the newly opened window, scroll down until you see “Site Settings” and click on them.

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  6. After that, scroll down until you see “Flash”, in a new window, and open it with a left-click.
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  8. Move the toggle, next to “Block sites from running Flash (recommended)”, to the right, until it becomes blue.
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  10. After that, go again to the chosen site. Reload it. Click on “Click to enable Adobe Flash Player”

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    and confirm that you “Allow” Flash to run and there you go.

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  12. Now, you can see all the content, or enjoy your favorite games.
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About author

Miodrag Matović is a tech geek who loves writing about everything related to computers. He’s a graduate graphic designer, but found his passion elsewhere. In his free time, he likes to spend time with his family, dance with his wife, and put together new computers.
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