Adobe Flash Player Windows 10 Update For Different Web Browsers
There is a sense of concern for Windows 10 users these days due to the security vulnerabilities affecting Adobe Flash Player. However, certain websites might still be using Flash Player as a reliable way to play movies, games, and other media over the Web. Thus, it is essential that users enable Flash Player on specific type of browsers.
Enabling Flash Player on Chrome
- Simply open Chrome browser and type chrome://settings/content at the address bar and click Enter.
- From the content settings menu, find Flash Player settings and choose Allow sites to run Flash and click Done to save changes made.
Enabling Flash Player on Firefox
- After opening your Firefox browser, you need to click on the 3-bar icon and simply choose Add-ons.
- Select Plugins that you can find at the left side. Then, choose Always Active that you can select under the category of Shockwave Flash.
- Otherwise, if you choose to disable it, opt for the choice Never Activate.
Enabling Flash Player on Opera
- Select Settings button at a blank page in Opera you can find at the side menu bar on the left. You need to choose Websites option and scroll down a bit and then select Manage Individual plug-ins that you can find at the Plug-ins category.
- If you are going to enable this app, you have to ensure that the Disable button is displayed.
Enabling Flash Player on Edge
- Simply open the Edge browser and at the top right corner of the app click on the 3-dot icon and select Settings.
- View advanced settings by scrolling down the menu.
- Ensure that the option you have is On for Use Adobe Flash Player.
- You just have to refresh the page in order to view the changes you have made.