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How To Enable Flash Player In Google Chrome

Google Chrome is slowly phasing out Adobe’s infamous flash player extension in favor of HTML 5. While most internet users will not be affected anyone who plays a game online and in their browser will likely be affected in some way. This is due to the fact most online games are still being built to run on Flash Player and there is a very little push to convert them over to HTML 5 meaning you will be without some of your favorite games very soon.

Luckily, there are a couple of things that you can do to solve this issue and no, I am not telling you to uninstall Google Chrome that would be the nuclear option. Currently, in Google Chrome you can still enable Flash Player to make sure its functioning and that you don’t experience any loss of game time. To do so you need to do the following steps.

In the address bar of Google Chrome, type chrome://settings/content

On the content settings screen search for Flash Player and look at the status. You will likely see it as “Detect and run important Flash content” in which case you need to make some changes.

Select the Allow sites to run Flash and then click done. Now any website with Flash Player content will be able to run.

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