- You can enable the Adobe Flash Player on Microsoft Edge for all websites, or just specific websites.
- Microsoft Edge doesn’t come with Adobe Flash Player installed, but you can enable it to view websites that still use Flash.
- If you prefer Microsoft Edge over the default Safari, you can also download Microsoft Edge on macOS.
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However, there are still some websites out there that are still using Flash, and you’ll need Adobe Flash Player to view them.
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How to enable Adobe Flash Player on Microsoft Edge
You will need to use a laptop or desktop computer in order to enable the Adobe Flash Player on Microsoft Edge. You cannot do so on a mobile device.
2. In the upper-right corner of your screen, click on the icon resembling three dots.
3. In the menu that appears, click “Settings.”
4. In the next menu, click “Advanced.”
5. This last menu will show a black and gray switch underneath the words “Use Adobe Flash Player.” Click on the black and gray switch so that it turns blue and white.
Adobe Flash Player should now be enabled for your Microsoft Edge browser.
How to enable Adobe Flash Player on Microsoft Edge for specific sites
2. Click on the icon that resembles a puzzle piece to the right side of the address bar or in the missing Flash content itself.
3. A pop-up window will appear. Click the button labeled “Allow once.”
This will enable the Adobe Flash Player for that specific website. You may have to re-enable Adobe Flash Player during future visits to the website in question.
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