Adobe Flash Player – one of the most popular plug-ins: it allows you to view different videos online and listen to the music. Unlike the other web browsers, Adobe Flash Player is integrated into Google Chrome and enabled by default. This means that if you have not installed the plug-in before you started Chrome, your browser can view websites that require Flash Player. Despite this, the player may be turned off, for example, due to some viruses. This guide will show you how to enable Flash Player in Google Chrome.
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How To Enable Flash Player In Google Chrome
Why allow Adobe Flash Player in the browser? It uses to display dynamic applications, content, and video. Simply put, with the help of this program, the browser can display any flash application. The absence of this plugin is the reason that the sites don’t load any videos or music.
As a rule, this player is automatically enabled immediately after the installation of Windows operating system. But if for any reason it is not, it is possible to enable Adobe Flash Player in Google Chrome.
To enable Flash Player plug-in, you need to follow these instructions:
To view a list of plug-ins, write in the address bar of “chrome: plugins” and press Enter.
After that, in the opened list find the necessary a plug-in – Adobe Flash Player and click on the “Enable” under the name.
After this action, it is the best to restart the browser just to be sure that the plugin will run properly. You can see that Shockwave Flash is also included as part of Adobe Flash Player. You can also enable the option “Always allowed to run” which means that Adobe Flash Player will run until you manually turn it off.
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