Windows 10 Tutorials 120 – How to Manage Adobe Flash Player Settings in Microsoft Edge

Windows 10 Tutorials 120 – How to Manage Adobe Flash Player Settings in Microsoft Edge

Welcome to our series of Microsoft Windows 10 tutorials that help you understand the features of this new operating system by Microsoft.

This tutorial will show you how to manage Adobe Flash Player setting in Microsoft Edge.

Adobe Flash Player is integrated into Microsoft Edge browser and gets updated through Windows Updates.

Recently Firefox and Google Chrome web browsers blocked Adobe Flash Player over critical security flaws. Alex Stamos, Facebook’s head of security, went as far as calling for Flash to be killed off.

Luckily you can manage Adobe Flash Player settings in Microsoft Edge and choose to enable or disable it by following the steps mentioned below:

How to Manage Adobe Flash Player Setting in Microsoft Edge:

  1. Open Microsoft Edge app.
  2. Click on the More actions button in the top right corner and select Settings.
    Manage Adobe Flash Player Setting in Microsoft Edge
  3. Scroll down the settings and click on View advanced settings button.
    Manage Adobe Flash Player Setting in Microsoft Edge
  4. Under Use Adobe Flash Player, turn the toggle On/Off (blue toggle means On).
  5. Refresh the web page to apply the settings.
    Manage Adobe Flash Player Setting in Microsoft Edge
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5 comments
SANDESH says July 24, 2015

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carstorm says July 27, 2015

Yes by default it should be off, with HTML5 and Javascript there is lil need for Adobe flash anymore cept for legacy sites!

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    Negroid Mongolian Caucasian says January 14, 2016

    uh yah, like You Tube etc. Hahahah. Chrome calls for its death. hahaahaha.

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Robin Voiles says November 12, 2015

Useless information. It does not work! Does anyone know how to really fix this issue?

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Davinia Goddard says March 27, 2016

This does not seem to work on my PC even tho I have enabled there the troubleshooting thing says it’s not enabled please help

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