Adobe Flash player was the most used plugin of all the times. It was required to all the sites to play the audio/video contents on most sites. It would not be surprising that until 2015, YouTube required its viewers to install the Flash player, due to some security issues. Many websites started looking for an alternative which unfortunately was not present. But it does not mean that you would need the Flash Plugin anymore.
Word of Caution:
Adobe Flash player was refrained from use due to security issues. While some prohibited its use altogether, others kept the Flash Player Plugin disabled by default. I suggest that you enable Flash Player only when it is of utmost necessity to view some unavoidable content on a website.
In this tutorial, we’ll walk through the steps you need to follow to enable Flash Player in Chrome.
Enable Flash Player for a Specific Website
First of all, open the website for which you want to enable the Flash Player. On the left side of the Address, bar click on the gray Lock.
Next click on the Ask default option. The drop-down menu appears and clicks the Allow button to allow the website to use Flash Player.
Enable Flash Player for Chrome Browser
As Google Chrome has its own built-in version of Flash Player, you do not need to install the plugin or anything. To enable the Flash player to follow the steps mentioned below.
Open the browser, click on the three-dots, and select the Settings option.
Scroll down and look for the Site settings in the Privacy and Security tab and click on it.
Then all the settings of sites appear, scroll down, look for the Flash and click on it.
So allow Flash to run. Click on the Flash, where it says “Block sites from running Flash (recommended)” toggle the switch on. Now it will now say “Ask first”.