Consequently, Edge, Chrome, and Firefox no longer automatically run Flash by default. Instead, you need to select to unblock Adobe Flash content manually in order to use it in Edge, Chrome, and Firefox.
How do I unblock Adobe Flash Player?
How to unblock Adobe Flash Player on Windows 10?
Adobe Flash is blocked mostly on Edge, Chrome, and Firefox, but Opera supports the Adobe Flash plugin and it doesn’t cause any problems of the sort.
That being the case, before going ahead with the troubleshooting steps written below, consider that maybe switching to Opera might be easier.
The browser is Chromium-based, extremely lightweight, has a minimal resource footprint, and is extremely customizable in terms of design extensions, and plugins.
All in all, Opera is a great choice if you run into frequent Adobe Flash Player-related issues son your browser.
Enjoy Flash content without worrying about any issues, with this lightning-speed web browser.
How to unblock Adobe Flash Player on Edge?
For example, Adobe Flash Player is blocked in Microsoft Edge even if the browser configured to utilize the plug-in. Edge will include an Enable Flash option on websites that use Flash.
In order to unblock Adobe Flash content, you need to select either Always allow or Allow once option in Adobe Flash content was blocked dialog box.
To easily perform the Adobe Flash Player unblock process if an Adobe Flash content was blocked dialog box doesn’t open, then you probably need to switch Edge’s Adobe Flash Player setting on by following these steps:
- To do that, press the Settings and more button at the top right of Edge.
- Select Settings, click on View advanced settings to open the options below.
- Then switch the Use Adobe Flash Player setting on.
How to unblock Flash in Chrome?
Google Chrome also runs Flash on a click-to-run basis only these days. The browser highlights Flash content on pages with a jigsaw piece icon.
If you get a message in Chrome saying that Adobe content was blocked, you’ll need to click the jigsaw piece icon and press the Allow button.
This post was written by Matthew Adams and was first posted to WindowsReport
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