How to Enable Flash Player

Chrome

1. Step 2: Scroll to the Flash tab.
2. Step 3: Turn off “Block sites from running Flash.”
3. Step 1: Go to a site that requires Flash.
4. Step 2: Find the grey box marked “Click to enable Flash Player.”
5. Step 3: Click the button and then confirm again in the pop-up.
6. Step 4: Enjoy your content.

Microsoft Edge

How to enable Flash:
1. On your computer, open Microsoft Edge.
2. On the top right-hand corner, click the icon.
3. Click Settings near the bottom of the menu that appears
4. Click View advanced settings under the Advanced Settings header
5. Toggle Use Adobe Flash Player to On
6. Toggle Block pop-ups to Off
Allow Flash in Microsoft Edge:
1. Click or open this link: Adobe Flash Player Download in the Edge Browser
2. Select Test Flash Player
3. If you receive a failed error – Select the puzzle piece at the top and select Always
Allow
4. Repeat Test Flash Player.

Internet Explorer

How to enable Flash:
1. Open the page that has the rich media content in Internet Explorer. For example,
visit Flash Player Help.
2. Click the Tools menu, in the upper-right corner of Internet Explorer.
3. From the Tools menu, choose Manage add-ons.
4. Select Shockwave Flash Object from the list. ...
5. Click Enable, and then click Close.

Mozilla Firefox

How to enable Flash:
1. In the drop-down, click the option called Add-ons.
2. Of the options on the left side of the screen, choose Plugins. ...
3. Scroll down the list of Plugins until you find Shockwave Flash (this is another name
for Flash Player).
4. The enable Flash, click the drop-down box on the Shockwave Flash plugin and choose
Always Activate.

 

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