Many websites use Adobe Flash to display multimedia content and graphical representations, including animations. Initially, the Adobe Flash player was designed by Macromedia. But, Adobe Systems Inc enhanced and published it. Adobe Flash has become a must-have plugin for most popular websites. Unfortunately, not all browser has the Adobe Flash plugin by default. So, you need to install and activate Adobe Flash in all browsers like Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Safari.
How to Enable Adobe Flash Player on Microsoft Edge
 Open the Microsoft Edge browser, and click on the three dots on the top-right corner of the screen.
 Scroll down and click on the Settings and go to the Advanced Settings.
 Under the Advanced settings, click on the toggle switch Use Adobe Flash Player to turn ON.
 Restart the Microsoft Edge browser to save changes.
How to Activate Adobe Flash on Internet Explorer
 Launch Internet Explorer and open the Settings using the Alt+X shortcut keys or click on the Settings icon in the top right corner.
 Click on Manage Add-ons from the drop-down menu.
 Locate the Microsoft Windows Third-Party Application Component on the right window pane.
 Select Shockwave Flash Player and click the Enable button to apply flash player to the browser.
 Click on the Close to return to the webpage and restart if necessary to save changes.
How to Activate Adobe Flash on Mozilla Firefox
 Launch Mozilla Firefox and click on the hamburger icon at the top right corner.
 Then, click on the Add-ons.
 Click on Plugins on the left side.
 You can see the Shockwave Flash plugins on the right side. Click on the drop-down menu near options and select the Always Activate option to enable the flash player on Firefox.
 Restart once enabled to save changes.
How to Activate Adobe Flash Player on Chrome
 Open Google Chrome and navigate to the View Information icon in the address bar.
 Click on Site Settings.
 Under the Settings, search for Flash.
 Finally, click on the drop-down menu parallel to the Flash option, and select Allow.
Now, you have enabled the flash player on Google Chrome.
How to Activate Adobe Flash on Apple Safari
 Open the Apple Safari web browser to activate Adobe Flash plugin.
 Click the Safari option and select the Preferences option from the drop-down menu.
 Under the Privacy tab, click on the Manage Website Data.
 Choose Adobe Flash Player and click Allow on When visiting other websites option.
 Close the browser and restart to save changes.
How to Activate Adobe Flash on Opera
 Open the Opera browser and click on the Menu option in the top-left corner of the screen.
 Hover over the More Tools option from the drop-down list and click on the Show Developer Tools.
 Click on the Menu again and select the Developer Tool options that have been added to the drop-down list.
 Selecting the Developer Tool option brings out the pop-up window.
 On the pop-up window, select Plugins and locate the Adobe Flash Player plugin to activate it.
Finally, you’ve successfully activated Adobe Flash to access the embedded functions of Adobe player.
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Open Safari -> Preferences -> Website tabs -> Plug ins -> Locate Adobe flash player -> Enable checkbox -> Done.
Attend the Adobe Connect meeting in a browser. If flash player is not installed or disabled, you’ll see prompts to install the Adobe Connect Application download and use it instead of Flash.
Download and install the latest Adobe Flash Player. Once the installation is done, enable the plugin on your browser. By doing so, you can access Adobe Flash on Windows 10.
We can disable the Flash Player either using the mms.cfg file or modifying the Flash Player Settings Manager in the Control Panel. Unfortunately, disabling Adobe Flash using the mms.cfg method does not support most browsers like Edge and Internet Explorer.
You can activate Adobe Flash on an iPad using the Lighting bolt in the upper-right corner. Then, enable the flash by simply toggling the switch to the right.
All the popular browsers, including Opera, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome, support Adobe Flash Player.