Enabling Adobe Flash Player in your browser allows you to stream and view content created on the Adobe Flash platform. It plays SWF files which can be a multimedia content, animation, audio or video. In a browser, it can be run as a plugin. In this article, we will show you how to enable Adobe Flash player in the most popular browsers, including Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox and others.
Download And Enable Adobe Flash Player
First of all, you need to make sure you have downloaded the latest version of Adobe Flash player and installed it correctly on your Windows PC. You need to check for updates on a regular basis, as Adobe releases these updates or patches to fix vulnerabilities in it. So, make sure to update your Adobe Flash player and to enable it on your browser, follow the steps mentioned below.
Enable Adobe Flash In Internet Explorer
Follow these steps to enable Adobe flash player which is also called Shockwave flash object in Internet Explorer:
- Open Internet Explorer and go to Settings> Manage Addons > Toolbars and Extensions.
- Enable Shockwave Flash object from the list of Toolbars.
Enable Flash Player In Chrome
Open the Chrome browser. In the address bar, type chrome://settings/content and hit Enter.
Look for the Flash Settings in the Content Settings window. Click on the circle next to Allow sites to run Flash, and click on Done to save changes.
Enable Adobe Flash Player In Firefox
Open Firefox and go to its menu by clicking the three parallel lines on the top right. From the drop list, select Add-ons. Look for Plugins on the left pane, click on it and choose Shockwave flash. From the drop-down menu on the right, select from Always Activate, Ask to Activate or Never Activate as you wish for.
Enable Adobe Flash In Opera
Open Opera browser and click on its menu which is at the top left corner of the browser. Then go to Extensions. Here you’ll see Adobe Flash Player listed under All sub-category. Click on the Enable button to enable Flash player for all websites.
Enable Flash In Microsoft Edge
Open Microsoft Edge browser and click on the three dots on the top right. From the drop-down menu, select Settings> View Advanced settings. On the page that opens, you’ll see an option named Use Adobe Flash Player. To enable Flash, toggle the option to On state.
Follow the processes mentioned above to enable Adobe Flash player in your browser. Hopefully, after following these methods you will be able to turn on Adobe Flash player in your browser.