During its apex period, Adobe Flash Player powered a massive number of sites, allowing users to watch videos, play short games or listen to music. The platform has not aged well, and Adobe plans to pull the plugin 2020, but there are lots of websites that continue to use the plugin.
Below you will find a full guide that shows you how to use the plugin across the most popular browsers.
Open the Chrome browser and click on the menu icon located in the upper-right area of the screen. Select the Settings option to continue.
Scroll until you reach the Advanced section and click on it. A new section will be visible.
Look for Site Settings, which should be located in the Privacy and security section.
Browse the list of selection and look for Adobe Flash. Click on it and toggle off the feature if it is active.
Microsoft Edge scans websites and blocks websites automatically. A pop-up will offer you the option to view the content once or always. If the media content remains unavailable, follow these steps:
Click on the menu button, which is present in the upper-right area of the screen, and click on Settings.
Scroll and look for the Advanced Settings version.
Look for Use Adobe Flash and click on it to enable the feature.
In the case of Firefox, you will have to install Adobe Flash manually.
Open the browser and visit the official Adobe Flash download page. Skip the optional offers and download the setup file.
Close the browser and open the setup file with a double-click.
Wait until the task is finished and launch Firefox.
Look for the three dots icon in the upper-right area of the screen and click on it. Select the Add-ons section.
Browser the Plugins section and look for an option related to Flash. Change the setting to Always Activate.