How To Enable Click To Play Plugins in Chrome (page 2)

For the past two years, Google’s Chrome browser no longer supports any click-to-play plugin, except for Adobe Flash Player. Though, even for the latter, users will have toenable it manually.In this tutorial, we are going to be taking a look at how to enable click to play plugins in Google Chrome to make it more convenient when you browse older sites.How to enable Flash: Step-by-stepThe process of checking Flash’ permission is pretty seamless.Open Google ChromeClick on the three-dot menu located on the top right-hand cornerClick on SettingsScroll down and click on ‘Advanced’Find and open ‘Content Settings’Open FlashToggle on ‘Ask first’ for Chrome to ask you before enabling Flash, toggle off if you want Flash to run automatically  When visiting a website that uses Flash content, you can click on one of the greyed-out empty plugin icons, which will prompt Chrome to ask if you wish to ‘Allow’ or ‘Block’ Flash. Click on allow.&nbs

How To Enable Click To Play Plugins in Chrome

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