Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge – Enabling Adobe Flash Player Has Never Been Easier!

Even though Adobe Flash Player is no longer the default video player for popular streaming platforms such as YouTube, it is still being used by millions of websites. This is why enabling the plugin on Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge is necessary. If you are not familiar with plugins and how to enable them in your preferred browser, then you have arrived at the right place! Today we are going to present a detailed guide that will teach you how to enable Adobe Flash Player on the aforementioned browsers.

How to Enable Adobe Flash Player on Microsoft Edge

The first thing that you need to do is to click on the “three-dot” icon that is located on top of the browser’s right corner. Doing this will open a drop-down menu where you need to click on the “Settings” option. From here, click on “Advanced” which is the last option featured on the left-side of the screen. All that is left to do now is to toggle on the bar that is sitting next to Adobe Flash Player.

How to Enable Adobe Flash Player on Google Chrome

The amazing thing about Google Chrome is the fact that it ships with a bunch of pre-installed plugins. Adobe Flash Player is one of the pre-installed plugins. On the downside of things, you will be required to enable Adobe Flash Player on every website that you visit.

This can be done by accessing the website where Adobe Flash Player is required and then clicking on the “lock” icon that is located in front of the website’s URL. The next step is to click on the “Settings” option and scroll down until you see “Flash”. Now, you need to click on the “Flash” option and then click on the down arrow icon in order to select the “Allow” option.

Calvin S. Heenan
With a genuine passion for movies and tech, Calvin likes writing about these topics. He is also an experienced writer of scientific articles, so, from time to time, he will also cover such subjects.