How to enable Adobe Flash Player in Google Chrome?
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With the latest update, Google Chrome has started to block Flash content by default. Obsolete technology has been problematic for a long time due to numerous security holes. Strangely enough, a certain group of our Facebook readers were indignant at the news of the changes introduced in Chrome 76. It was with such people in mind that this short entry was made.

How to enable Adobe Flash Player in Chrome?

There is still a lot of Flash content on the web. Let's agree: most of them have above all sentimental value for Internet users and these are usually materials from many years ago. If you encounter this type of content, you can still open it in Google.

If you enter a page with Flash content, the browser will display a message in which it will inform you that the plugin has been blocked. The easiest way to activate the content is to click on the "Manage" button within the message. It will take you to a special settings menu where you can manage permissions. Unfortunately, the only way to start Flash is to define the pages where it will work.

You can also go to the settings by entering in the browser's address bar the phrase: chrome://settings/content/flash.

There is also a method that allows you to define not only Flash access for a given page, but also access to other permissions. Just click on the padlock on the left of the website address and then select the "site settings" option. You will find there, among others the option of blocking intrusive ads, JavaScript and access to the location, microphone and camera.

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