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There are two ways to enable Flash in Google Chrome.

How to enable the Flash Player on Google Chrome, to view videos and other media across the internet

You can enable Flash on Google Chrome until 2021, when the Flash Player will be removed from the browser altogether.
It should only take a moment to update the Flash Player in Google Chrome.

How to update the Adobe Flash Player in your Google Chrome browser, or reinstall it if it’s corrupted

To update the Flash Player on a Google Chrome browser, you'll need to go to the browser's "Components" menu.

Google is putting the final nail in the coffin for Flash as it plans to kill support for it in search later this year

Google will no longer support Flash content in search, signaling the beginning of the end of the once-popular video and animation player.
You can easily enable Adobe Flash Player on your Mac — for now.

How to enable Adobe Flash Player on a Mac computer using Safari

Adobe Flash will be going away soon, but for now, you can easily install and enable Adobe Flash Player on a Mac computer using a Safari browser.

7 years after Steve Jobs waged war on Flash, it’s officially dying

Adobe is killing Flash, the software that millions used in the early 2000s to play web games and watch video in their web browsers.

It looks like Adobe Flash’s days are finally numbered

Now that Google plans to disable Flash by default in Google Chrome, the once ubiquitous multimedia plugin is now formally facing its end.

Google just put the nail in Adobe Flash’s coffin

If a site supports only Flash, then Google says that users will have an option to enable Flash when they first visit the website.

Google just set in stone a timeline to ban Adobe Flash from its display adverts

From January 2, 2017 ads in the Flash format will not be run on the Google Display Network or through DoubleClick.

Here are a few of the big brands who were caught napping by the Chrome update that blocks Flash ads

When Chrome blocks the animated Flash ads, they are replaced with a static box with a "play" button.

Today marks the start of a huge event that affects the entire digital advertising industry

From September 1, Google Chrome will begin blocking Flash ads.