How to Enable Adobe Flash in Google Chrome

The Google Chrome browser only has one plugin; Adobe Flash. Chrome already comes packed with great tools, so this may not be on the top of your list.

However, you may want to enable Adobe Flash. In this tutorial, I will show you how to quickly and easily enable Adobe Flash in Chrome.

Enable Adobe Flash in Chrome

Launch the Google Chrome browser from your desktop. The Chrome icon looks like a colored ball with a blue dot at the center. You can find it in your Applications folder on a Mac, or on your Start menu on Windows.

Once the Chrome browser is open click the three-dot icon. This icon is located next to the address bar in the upper-right corner of your browser window. It will open a dropdown menu.

Click on the three dot menu

When you click on the three-dot menu a dropdown menu will appear. Go down to the “Settings” option and click on it.

Click the settings option from the three dot chrome menu

Now, from the Setting’s page scroll all the way down to the bottom until you see “Advanced.” Click on that when you see it and more advanced setting’s options will drop down and be displayed.

Scroll down and click on advanced

Now that more setting’s options are displayed, scroll down until you see “Content Settings.” You will find it near the bottom of the “Privacy & Security” group of options.

Find content settings and click the box

Click on that box and a list of other content setting options will be displayed. You are looking for the “Flash” option. It is a puzzle piece icon toward the middle of the page. Click on it.

Find the flash icon and click on it

From here you can enable Adobe Flash. You will see a short list of options. Fill those in how you see fit.

Flash settings page

That’s it, you have successfully enabled Adobe Flash using Google Chrome. To disable it simply follow the above steps back to the Flash setting’s page and update it how you want.

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