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How do you turn on Adobe Flash Player in IE, Chrome, Firefox, Opera

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11,868 views asked Nov 4, 2016 in Help Me Please! by Poqery ( 80,868 points)

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It is very easy to enable Adobe Flash Player in Google Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera browsers on Windows 8 | 7. Please review the section relevant to the browser you are using.

Enable Adobe Flash Player

First of all, ensure that you have indeed downloaded Adobe Flash and installed it properly on your Windows computer and updated it to its latest version. If you are using Internet Explorer on Windows 8, then Flash has been integrated and its updates are offered automatically by Windows Update. Others should ensure that their Flash Player is always up-to-date, as Adobe frequently needs to release updates to patches vulnerabilities in it. Make sure that you have configured Adobe Flash Settings, just the way you want them to be.

Enable Shockwave Flash Object in Internet Explorer

To check if your Flash Player is enabled by Internet Explorer, from the top right corner open Settings > Manage Addons > Toolbars and Extensions.

Enable Adobe Flash in Explorer

Here, ensure that Shockwave Flash Object is Enabled. Flash Player is also referred to as the Shockwave Flash Object. Check this post if your Flash Player is not working in Internet Explorer.

Enable Flash Player in Chrome

Open your Google Chrome browser, type chrome://plugins in the address bar and press Enter.

Enable Adobe Flash In Chrome

Scroll down to Plugins. Here you can select Disable, Enable Adobe Flash Player and also check the Always allowed check-box, if you wish.

Enable Shockwave Flash in Firefox

From your Mozilla Firefox menu, select Addons.

Enable Adobe Flash In Mozilla Firefox

Under Plugins, select Shockwave Flash. From the drop-down menu, select Ask to activate, Always activate or Never activate, as you desire.

Enable Adobe Flash in Opera

Open Opera Menu. First click on More Tools > Enable Developers Tools.

Enable Adobe Flash in Opera

Now open the Menu again. You will see Developers Tools enabled. click on Developers Tools > Plug-ins.

Here you can enable or disable the Adobe Flash Player, as you feel.

answered Nov 4, 2016 by Poqery ( 80,868 points)
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