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As far as Adobe is concerned, the bug that causes Shockwave Flash to crash in Chrome has been fixed.If you are still experiencing problems, ensure you are running the latest version of Google's web browser. Note that Google now disables Flash in Chrome by default and will ask you to enable it only when you visit a site that doesn't have an HTML5 alternative to Flash. For those who do wish to use Flash, the need to enable it every time will be a nuisance.The Adobe Flash plugin lets you hear and see Flash audio and video content on Chrome on your computer.If you're using a mobile device, Flash won't work on Chrome.Here's our piece explaining how to set Adobe Flash Player to click-to-run.) 1. Type "chrome://plugins" into a new browser tab and hit Enter or Return. You’ll see an improvement in responsiveness and efficiency for many sites." Flash has never been supported by i OS, and was removed from Android some years ago. If you use Google Chrome you may have become used to the Shockwave Flash plugin crashing. Google Chrome, unlike other browsers, has its own version of Adobe Flash Player built in.When you update Chrome, it also updates the version of Flash.
After uninstalling both Players, restart your computer.Alternately, you could just disable Flash Player entirely.