How to enable the Flash plugin in Google Chrome

Adobe Flash on Chrome

In the most recent news on the web, the name "Hacking team" has been heard with great incidence, something that in some way has been the concern of many people because the activity of this group of hackers, it would have relied on a certain number of vulnerabilities in each operating system.

Some believe that the Adobe flash Player plugin is one of the causes of causing these types of vulnerabilities, which is the reason why Mozilla recently decided to block any type of activity within its Firefox browser. Now, it may be that at a certain moment you need this plugin in Google Chrome, having to follow a few steps to be able to enable it only under your conditions and respective permissions.

How to activate Adobe flash Player in Google Chrome?

Next we will place a small screenshot, which will be the one you have to get to. As you can see, there is an option activated where the area of ​​Google Chrome plugins (add-ons) will ask the user if they want to allow the operation of this plugin (Adobe flash Player).

activate flash player in chrome

  • Open your Google Chrome browser.
  • Go to the top right (the hamburger icon) and select «setting«.
  • Scroll to the bottom and select the button that says «Show Advanced Options«.
  • Now find the area of ​​the «Privacy policy»And then click on« Content Settings ».
  • From the new window, find the area of ​​the «Accessories«.

If you have followed each of these steps then you will find yourself in the same section that shows the screenshot that we placed previously. You just have to close the window and wait to see what happens when some kind of tool, online application or website prompts you to use Adobe flash Player. From now on, it is the user who will have to take charge of activating said functionality, which will depend on each need that arises at a given time.


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  1.   dexter6Dexter said

    It does not work, I keep getting the message to install and enable Adobe the same as before ...

  2.   Gloria Suarez said

    Because they do not give a concrete answer and I would like to know why Google Chome is not running correctly and there are many errors and what makes my computer too slow and at this moment Google Chome stopped working I thank you very much for your help and technical support THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

  3.   maria said

    I write chrome: // plugins and it comes out that it is disabled it does not open this crap

    1.    Ignatius Hall said

      The latest Chrome update has removed access to plugins, that section is no longer accessible.

  4.   Joseph Ibarra said

    Content configuration and then in flash adding the sites manually worked for me.
    Thank you!

    1.    Carmen Rosa Lujan Pacheco said

      Thanks Jose, just put the address and it worked

  5.   Andrea said

    Hi. I have accessed the content settings, but in Flash I don't get the option to add any page. Even if it is marked ask first or block.
    Thank you