Enable Flash Player
Adobe Flash Player is software used to stream and view video, audio and multimedia on a computer or supported mobile device. Flash Player can run from a web browser as a browser plug-in or on supported mobile devices. It is now standard and many computers already have Flash installed. Flash Player was created by Macromedia and has been developed and distributed by Adobe Systems since Adobe acquired Macromedia. Some browsers like Google Chrome or FireFox, block the Flash Player by default. Sometimes, when you start playing the video you may see this message in the video player.
"THIS PLUGIN IS VULNERABLE AND SHOULD BE UPDATED."
Some browsers are comes built in with it's own version of Flash, you are not required to install a separate plugin to enable Flash in Chrome. Follow the steps below for enabling flash on all websites you visit or specific website domains.
Enable Adobe Flash Player in Chrome
In the address bar, type chrome://settings/content .
On the Content settings screen, find the Flash Player listing.
In order to check the status, click on the right side.
Here you can see "Block site from running flash" , toggle the button to turn it on.
Go back to the page with the Flash content. If it doesn't load automatically, at the top left, click Reload.
Enable Adobe Flash Player in Firefox
Choose Firefox > Tools > Add-ons
Click the Tools option on the top-right of the screen (looks like three horizontal lines).
Select Plugins from left menu.
In the list of Add-ons, look for Shockwave Flash and check the status that appears to the right of the plug-in name.
In the list find Shockwave Flash and make sure it is set to Always Activate.
Close and Reload Chrome.
Enable Flash Player in Internet Explorer
- Launch Internet Explorer.
- Click the gear icon and select Manage add-ons.
- Select Toolbars and Extensions.
- In the list find Shockwave Flash Object and make sure the Status is set to Enable.
- Click Close.
- Close and Reload Internet Explorer.
Enable Adobe Flash Player in Safari
- Launch Safari.
- Click Preferences and select the Security tab.
- Next to Internet plug-ins, make sure Allow Plug-ins is checked.
- Close the Preferences window.
- Close and Reload Safari.