Type chrome://settings/content in address bar and press Enter. Scroll down to and select Flash. Using the first option, switch on Ask first (recommended), otherwise choose Block sites from using Flash.
Is Chrome getting rid of Flash?
Google Chrome is Diminishing Flash Usage, as its Expiration Date Approaches! It's a well-known fact that Adobe will no longer be supporting Flash Player by the end of next year (i.e: 2020). Its development will be brought to a halt.
What will replace Flash in 2020?
Adobe made an announcement in 2017 that by 2020, they will no longer support the flash player plug-in. Google and Microsoft have announced that they will disable the plug-in by default in their browsers by early 2020
How do I change Flash Player settings in Chrome?
Open another tab and type in chrome://components. Under Adobe Flash Player, click the Check for update button. Now click on the Chrome menu button at the top right and click on Settings. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on Show Advanced Settings
How do I always allow Flash?
How to enable Flash in Chrome
Step 2: Scroll to the Flash tab.
Step 3: Turn off “Block sites from running Flash.”
Step 1: Go to a site that requires Flash.
Step 2: Find the grey box marked “Click to enable Flash Player.”
Step 3: Click the button and then confirm again in the pop-up.
Step 4: Enjoy your content