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How to block/disable Flash with `Click To Play` option in Chrome

April 16, 2012 05:20 PDT

Google Chrome browser has a new option to increase the security and speed of the plugins - a built in "click-to-play" feature. I've been enjoying Chrome's click to play options as a way to selectively block Flash. To enable this feature, please follow the steps below:

Tutorial: Enable Click-to-play option to block the flash in Chrome

  1. Update your Google Chrome to latest version.
  2. Launch Google Chrome, then click Tools -> Settings -> Under the Hood -> Content settings. You can also directly type chrome://settings/content in the address bar to access the setting page.
  3. In the Plug-ins section, select the option Click to play. You can create a whitelist of sites where you'd like to allow auto loading of plug-ins - for example, YouTube or other video sharing sites.

Screenshot: Enable Click-to-play option to block the flash in Chrome

Screenshot: Enable Click-to-play option to block the flash in Chrome
Screenshot: Enable Click-to-play option to block the flash in Chrome

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#1  posted on April 16, 2012 10:52 PDT
it is not working correctly. I uninstalled adobe and now my programs are not loading.

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