How to Enable Adobe Flash Player for Safari on macOS
Just like Microsoft and Google, Apple has made its own browser. We are talking about Safari. The browser is exclusive to Apple’s iOS and macOS operating systems and its regarded as one of the best browsers ever made. However, unlike Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome, Safari doesn’t ship with Adobe Flash pre-installed on it.
Considering how useful Adobe Flash Player can be, Apple fans should be happy to know that they can manually enable the player to run on Safari. With that being said, let’s go over a step-by-step guide on how to install Safari on Apple’s Mac operating system.
macOS X 10.11, macOS 10.12 and Higher Guide
Open Safari and access the “Preferences” option. This is where users will need to click on the “Websites” tab and scrolls until they see the “Plug-ins” sections. A special Adobe Flash Player entry will be in there and the only thing that Apple fans need to do is to click the check box and enable it.
Moreover, Apple fans can go further and select a setting to use for Flash Player whenever their visit new websites. The configuration for Flash Player can be set to “Ask, Off and On” for individual domains.
macOX 10.10 Guide
macOS X 10.6 and 10.7 Guide
Once again, start Safari and access the “Preferences” options then select the “Security” tab. The next step is to check if “Allow Java” and “Allow All Other Plug-ins” are enabled. If they are not enabled, just click on them and the preference will be changed.