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Enable Adobe Flash Player In Chrome Before Being Banned In 2020

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It is easy to enable Adobe Flash Player in Google Chrome. However, you should also know that Chrome has turned it off by default with some exceptions. In fact, Google Chrome would be disabled by 2019, but you would be able to enable it from the settings. Moreover, Flash Player will be removed completely from the Internet browsers after it was added 12 years ago.

If you are curious about getting Flash Player on your Chrome browser, then all you need is to mimic the steps below. This option is for both Mac OS and Windows computers.

  • Simply type chrome://settings/content from the search bar.
  • Upon reaching the Content screen, you can find Flash Player on the list.
  • Choose the option to allow sites running Flash, then click Done.
  • You can also manage settings for Flash Player by clicking the Manage exceptions option.
  • On the exceptions screen, enter the Web domain and select Allow option. Click the Done button after adding the sites you wanted to include.
  • After setting everything, close the Content settings display.

Flash Player was once the backbone for games, video, and audio content, but it has become history. Adobe has even decided to stop the development of Flash Player for mobile browsers. Nowadays, it is finally happening for good. Adobe has released a statement that will put an end to its well-renowned Flash Player app. Thus, they will stop distributing and updating Flash Player by the end of 2020.

Apple was not able to show support for Flash Player in its browsers, so it comes as no surprise that Apple was able to turn it off first. Other browsers from Microsoft, however, would ask for permission from the user in order to run Flash for most sites. Soon after, browsers such as Edge and Internet Explorer have disabled Flash by default.