Now that HTML5 is bieng added to most of the newly created websites, Google & Microsoft has decided to remove the Flash support from their products. But the problem is that there are still some old websites which contain flash content. So whenever you land on such websites, your web browser will not allow you to access the online content.
However, for now, there’s a possibility available for the Adobe Flash Player fans. They can enable such a facility by navigating into their browser’s settings. Because this feature is now disabled by default and you’ve to enable it manually. That’s why I’ve prepared a guide about How To Enable Adobe Flash Player in Chrome. You can see yourself that its a very easy to achieve this goal.
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How Do I Force Enable Adobe Flash Player in Google Chrome?
The method I’m going to use, it’ll help you enable Flash Player of a specific website. You can’t turn-on this facility for all the online portals. It’s mostly for the greater good of internet users because most of the malware & viruses enter your PC through the Flash content. So before implying any further steps, I recommend you to install any Antivirus on your machine.
- Navigate to Chrome://Settings/content on Google Chrome.
- Locate & visit the “Flash” tab.
- Enable the “Ask First” toggle.
- Visit the website of which you want to enable flash content and click once on the lock icon from the URL bar.
- Select “Allow” from the Flash drop-down menu.
- Now Relaunch Google Chrome and visit this Website with enabled Adobe Flash Player.
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