Adobe Flash Player is software that seems indispensable at the present time when using web browsers. Instead of requiring users to install additional Adobe Flash Player when using it like Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox, the Google Chrome browser has already been built into its installer. Therefore, Adobe Flash Player will be launched by default when we use the Chrome browser.
However, there will be times when you want Adobe Flash Player to stop running to do something. For example, when there is an error Flash is Crash or Flash is Stopped, we should also pause Adobe Flash Player to check the cause of these Flash errors, then we must turn off this Plugin. Adobe Flash Player works on Chrome browser as a Plugin so disabling it is quite easy. So do you know how to turn on or off the Adobe Flash Player Plugin?
Instructions on how to disable Adobe Flash Player Plugin on Google Chrome
Step 1: In the address bar of the Google Chrome web browser, enter the address: “chrome:plugins” to open the Plugin page.
Step 2: Then scroll down to find the Adobe Flash Player Plugin at the bottom. However, to search faster, you can press Ctrl + F and enter the keyword search box Adobe Flash Player.
Step 3: Immediately after this plugin line appears, click to select the word with the link Disable – Disable to pause the operation of this Plugin on your browser at the moment.
Instructions on how to enable Adobe Flash Player Plugin on Google Chrome
Perform steps 1 and 2 above, click the Enable button with the link to activate the Adobe Flash Player Plugin allowing it to work as default.
By default we already have Adobe Flash Player integrated with the Google Chrome browser. If the user does not know, reinstalling Adobe Flash Player one more time will create some inconsistent launch errors and cause Crash. This error is often called the name Shockwave Flash, people can refer to Adobe Flash Player errors according to the related article section above to solve the error that occurs on their computer.
Above we have introduced to you how to enable and disable the Adobe Flash Player Plugin on Google Chrome. Hopefully, with the above implementation, you will quickly find the solution to your problem.