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Re: Flash

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Hi, @PattyDiane, thanks for posting your question. When Chrome stopped supporting Flash back in 2016 they placed the onus on users to download the plugin and maintain the updates. Here's where you can download the Flash plugin update: Just make sure you uncheck the optional install for McAfee Security software. 


As time goes on, industry-wide, we will start to see that more and more browsers are no longer supporting Flash, making HTML5 the default gaming experience. 

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I'm suddenly being told that Flash is not enabled on my computer (Google Chrome) and I need to do that before I can play the games I've been playing for years.  I can't seem to figure out how to do that.  Apparently it's installed but not enabled.  The instructions don't seem to help me.  

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