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Mozilla, Google Chrome, and even Adobe also have been slowly phasing out Flash for a few years. Nowadays, we can see that most of the major and popular web browsers completely removed support for the Adobe Flash Player. And very soon, Adobe will also end its support for the Flash Player plugin.
We all know that Google Chrome does not want its users to use Adobe Flash Player. Actually, Google Chrome disables Flash Player automatically and if you want to use Flash Player on Google Chrome then you have to enable it by yourself. Today, all of you will learn how you can enable Flash in Chrome when needed.
How to enable Flash on Google Chrome
You have to follow the method properly if you want to enable the Flash Player in your Google Chrome browser. We have given a step by step detailed guide about it below.
Whenever you visit any website on Google Chrome that uses Flash then you will see a message “Plugin blocked” at the right side of address bar or Chrome’s Omnibox.
For that site on Google Chrome, if you want to enable the Flash player then you have to click on the Lock icon which you will find at the left side of the Omnibox (address bar). And you will click on the “Flash” box then you’ve to click on the “Allow” button.
After these steps, Google Chrome will prompt you to reload the page. For this, you have to click on the “Reload” button or you can press “F5” key button.
If after reloading the page, any Flash content won’t be loaded on the Google Chrome browser then you have to click on it to load it.
You have to click on its Play button to run an individual Flash object of a website on your Google Chrome browser. And if you want to run every Flash objects of the website then you will click on the blocked plugin icon. You will see that plugin icon at the right side of the Omnibox. After doing all this, you’ve to click on the “Run Flash this time” button.
Whenever you allow Flash Player or Flash content to run for a website then it automatically add to the allow list. You can see the allow list by clicking on the blocked plugin icon and then click on the “Manage” button to see it. Or, you can directly go to chrome://settings/content/flash to view it.
Note: You all should know that whenever you will restart your Chrome browser then Chrome will erase this list. And if you use Flash player frequently on a particular website then you’ve to do this process repeatedly. Google doesn’t really want their users to use Flash on Google Chrome.
Update Google Chrome browser
After following this method, if you are still facing any problem to play the Flash content on Google Chrome then I think, you should update your Google Chrome browser. It could really help you. Below, you will learn how to update the Google Chrome browser.
- First of all, you have to open the Chrome browser and then click on the menu button in the top-right corner of your screen.
- In the next step, you will click on the “Update Google Chrome” button(if it’s available there). Otherwise, you’re currently on the latest version.
- You also can download the latest version of Google Chrome by visiting google.com/chrome on Google Chrome or any web browser on your PC.
Final words: Flash Player can totally lose support from Adobe at the end of December 2020. Actually, Adobe officially announced this on the internet. By the way, this method is smoothly working on our Windows PC. And I hope, this method will work on your PC also. Comment your problems below, we will reply to you with answers very soon. Share this article with friends and family members who also want to know How to enable flash on chrome. Thanks for visiting our website.