How to Enable Flash Player and other plugins in the Chrome Browser-2017 with screenshots.
If you’re having a problem viewing a webpage with a flash object in your Chrome Browser, follow the below directions to fix it. In their latest update Google Chrome has deprecated their plugins page previously accessed using chrome://plugins. You can now manage all your plugins following the procedure for Flash described below.
You must already have the Adobe Flash Player installed on your computer. If you need to install it you can click “HERE” and go to the Free download page. When it’s completed, Type chrome:settings in the address bar to open the Settings page. (Click on images for larger view)Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on Show Advanced Settings… On the new page that opens click on Content Settings which will open a popup window. Scroll down till you see Flash and below it click on Manage exception. In the new popup that opens enter the url for the site or page you want to see with Flash in the space that has [&.]example.com and click on the Allow button. Double check it and click Done and Done. Go to page you wish to see.
As another option you can allow download the file to your desktop if prompted to do so, and double click on it to run it from your desktop.
For more advanced viewers, you can go write to this “page” and follow the directions.